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Title: To Beatles: dynamic
Post by: lucpes on 2001-11-23 21:10:35
To Beatles: How do I to restore the dynamic of a compressed recording using something like Sound Forge?

Thanks in advance.
Title: To Beatles: dynamic
Post by: Dibrom on 2001-11-25 00:26:56
Moved from off-topic forum to the general forum.  Since it's about audio, it's pretty much on topic.
Title: To Beatles: dynamic
Post by: layer3maniac on 2001-11-25 01:41:39
Isn't that like trying to put Humpty Dumpty back together again?
Title: To Beatles: dynamic
Post by: lucpes on 2001-11-25 01:47:32
ok... so there's no way to do it?
Title: To Beatles: dynamic
Post by: Beatles on 2001-11-25 15:36:02
Can't be done PROPERLY.
Title: To Beatles: dynamic
Post by: lucpes on 2001-11-25 16:39:53
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Can't be done PROPERLY.


ok, not properly, but I guess there's something that can add a little dynamic... the guys that do "remastering" these days are just killing me

I tried SF clipped peak restoration (-4db) and Waves DC Offset removal + Steinberg Magneto and it adds some dynamic & warmth... also tried to mess around with Vinyl Restoration but it messes the transients... awful pre-echo.

Any suggestions? (besides buying the original, non-remastered CD?)

And if you're in UK and bump into the guy that "remastered" the Iron Maiden "enhanced CD's" just kill him, no questions aked. Thanks
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