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When I record a cassette, there is a lot of noise from the recording, hissing etc

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Hi susygirl,

There are software for audio editing that you can use to remove the noise from your recording to get a good crisp professional sounding audio recording. Mono-a-Mono is one of these.Most audio software will feature a facility for removing this noise without interfering with the quality of the actual recording. Mono-a-Mono is an audio enhancement program designed to remove scratches and tape or surface noise from stereo recordings of mono sources. It filters the signal to remove any components which are not present in both left and right channels.

If you want you may try to download a trial version of it by clicking on this link.

Hope it helps.

Thank you for using Fixya.

Posted on Apr 11, 2011

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