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Old 23rd May 2005, 02:03 PM   #1
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Would anyone know how much it would cost to convert Analog audio to wav files on to a CD-R , in the US ? Cost per hour of work ?
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Old 24th May 2005, 02:07 AM   #2
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I don't really see what the difficulty might be in doing it yourself. If by analog audio you mean from vinyls, just grab your run of the mill PC with a good sound card and hook it up with some wave authoring software (I like Sound Forge or Cool Edit although they are on the expensive side of things, they're worth it in my opinion).

I don't know if people do it professionally though.

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Thanks for your view Sebastien.
Actually it involves more than 100 hours of work and so it might have to be done out.

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Would anyone know how much it would cost to convert Analog audio to wav files on to a CD-R , in the US ? Cost per hour of work ?
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I have used a really nice program, Sparks from TC works (where is it now?) and a very very good noise remover from Steinberg, extremely good, it's like Dolby F or even K, far far better than Dolby C. The good thing about this plug-in is that you will get a visual picture of the noise by a real time FFT graph and it's only for you to remove as much noise you like.

Send me a message if you want to listen to the result.

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