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  1. Malat says:
    Oct 28,  · How to Stop Annoying Clicking Sounds in iCar or Car Connecting Pack Cassette to Audio-Jack Adapter. - Duration: Joshua Madison 30, views.
  2. Bale says:
    Oct 30,  · I am digitizing old cassette tapes. i have a cassette converter that came with audacity included. i have set the program up according to the directions but as soon as I start monitoring the sound from the usb converter i get a high pitched consistent squeal in the speakers (or earphones) and it comes out on the recording. this sound is not noise from the recording - it is coming from the.
  3. Tojashakar says:
    The NC Series amplified noise modules are an excellent choice for high-level noise modules mounted on a circuit board. The NC Series modules are housed in 24, orpin dual-inline packages. The NC series modules are housed in a pin module that cover similar noise bands to the NC, but have higher crest factor, and 60 dB of TTL.
  4. Nikogor says:
    Step 2 - Reduce the Noise. Select the entire region of waveform from which you want to reduce the noise, then set the Noise Reduction bupxedilongnagoc.sauvesmesemicatandnamopatniehip.infoinfo is often best done by trial and error, adjusting the sliders and using the Preview button to listen to a few seconds of audio after noise reduction.
  5. JoJot says:
    Feb 28,  · I have a large number of cassette tapes I'm going to capture to digital. These tapes were produced church organization back in the late 70's/eary 80's, so they are not commercially available material. Despite being professionally produced, they are not labeled as to what type of noise reduction encoding they contain (if any).
  6. Mogami says:
    NC Waveguide AWGN. The NC Series waveguide is designed for narrow-band high ENR noise figure measurement applications. For high power waveguide systems the series has an optional built-in isolator to provides very low VSWR and superior flatness, typically.
  7. Mezahn says:
    Unfortunately, the built in noise reduction effects in Audacity are geared towards reducing the hiss when recording TO Audacity from a cassette and not recording FROM Audacity to a cassette. You might be able to reduce the hiss some by playing around with the effects in Audacity starting with the noise removal effect and also try equalization.
  8. Sarisar says:
    See last page for document revision information ~ File: Reeve_Noise_bupxedilongnagoc.sauvesmesemicatandnamopatniehip.infoinfo, Page Part II ~ Additional Noise Concepts Noise spectrum As mentioned in Part I, the spectrum of random noise contains no periodic frequency components and is a continuous function of frequency. The spectral intensity of the noise describes its frequency content.

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