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Offline Chris K

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need opinions for fixing a dropout
« on: October 24, 2003, 02:42:58 PM »
transferred and tracked a show and i found a 1.5second dropout on the RIGHT channel of one of the tracks.

what would be the easiest way to correct this.

i was thinking of copying and pasting the left channel (with some gain increase since the right ch recorded a little higher)

or

i was thinking i could replay/record the passage from dat, since it seems in tact (and must have been a transfer glitch) and then copy/paste the missing passage. this seems like the best way, but also the most labor intensive.

it is only 1.5 seconds...

just looking for some guidance/opinions....

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Re:need opinions for fixing a dropout
« Reply #1 on: October 24, 2003, 03:56:47 PM »
are ya sure it's intact on the DAT?  I've just never seen a dropout on just one channel from the transfer process.  It doesn't really fit with the way s/pdif is encoded and would be very weird.

I've done the left pasted onto the right and it's usually totally fine - that would be my recommendation.
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Re:need opinions for fixing a dropout
« Reply #2 on: October 24, 2003, 04:37:44 PM »
If it is still intact on DAT, you can retransfer and include a few seconds around the glitch to help you line it up. To suggest one common program, WaveLab's montage feature is great at this.

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