Audio Restoration is the process of identifying and fixing technical defects in a recording of music, dialogue, or anything else.
Examples of technical glitches can include clipping, pops, clicks, noise, and other issues. These are fixed through various techniques involving specialized software.
Editing is a powerful tool for audio restoration. For example, eliminating coughs or speech coming from the audience at the end of a movement in a classical recording.
Removal of clicks/pops introduced accidentally during the recording, editing, or mixing processes.
Removal or reduction of noise from fans, air conditioning, and other background sources.
Reduction of audio defects arising from tracks recorded in rooms with poor acoustic properties, such as nodes, reverb, etc.
Removal of clipping distortion from tracks recorded too loudly.
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