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Offline JEMS

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http://www.anaxwaves.com/DDiCodec/

Developed by a guy who seems to know what he is doing and is clearly trying to emulate a Nakamichi CR-7A. Provides a standalone app to encode or decode Dolby B/C, adjust azimuth, etc. Only $14.

I just downloaded it and started to play around. Seems legit so far.

YouTube video demo compares the software to the Nak deck hardware.

https://youtu.be/zxqu3_784BY


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Re: Intriguing and potentially promising Dolby B/C Standalone App
« Reply #1 on: July 09, 2019, 05:55:07 PM »
I suspect it would be a bigger challenge to properly "de-companderize" tapes with DBX NR.  Love to see someone do that in a plugin.
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