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Posted: 27 Feb 11, 05:27 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I'm working to share this tape, and I need an hint:

the side 1 of my tape have the left channel very noyse, while the side 2 is normal, how can I improve the side 1?
or is better left untouched?

here 2 samples:

http://www.multiupload.com/7ZVVYXXH7F

thanks in advance!

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Posted: 27 Feb 11, 20:26 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

In theory you could just copy the good channel over the bad one, resulting in a mono recording -

and this isn't a bad idea if the actual recording is mono to begin with.  But this is actually from a gorgeous stereo recording... yours is a really high gen copy.

I have a great copy of this recording that I got either from the taper or someone who knew him.  No lineage, but at worst it's from a first gen tape.  I'll upload it in a little while..


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Posted: 27 Feb 11, 22:36 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

ok, better wait your share! THANK YOU!!

just curious, when you say copy the good channel over the bad one, do you mean a mix copy or better erase at all the bad channel before copying the good one?

I think the second answer but I had to try for the better results

anyway thanks in advance!

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Posted: 27 Feb 11, 23:35 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

bootLuca wrote:

just curious, when you say copy the good channel over the bad one, do you mean a mix copy or better erase at all the bad channel before copying the good one?

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Both methods are possible, but it's just faster to do it in one step.  If the right channel is bad, then just copy the left channel and paste it over the right.  The result will be a mono recording.


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