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originally posted by: Macenroe82
He'sjust trolling ya Steve and being very rude as well..
Once a mod notices that comment, they will delete it no doubt.
But in the meantime Thesaneone, please apologize to Stevemagegod.
It's a bit ironic when someone on ATS suggests mental health...aren't we all a little nutty here?
After all, we are on a conspiracy website lol.
originally posted by: charlyv
A Gaussian noise filter can be applied in DAW's like Audacity, that basically takes broadband noise, inverts it, and then merges it back into the audio stream, effectively canceling a great deal of real noise and giving you a better signal to noise ratio so that discreet frequencies are enhanced. Would be worth trying, and Audacity is free.
Addendum: The process works much better on .wav (lossless digitized audio) than it does on .mp3 (processed, compressed and lossy). MP3 decoders already do some noise cancellation and compression which gives you less to work with.