October 28th, 2006

Remix of ClockStrikes12.wav with carefully engineered noise reduction.


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    rtputnam29 5 years, 8 months ago

    perfect for our summer children's theater! thanks so much!

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    johngodfrey713 7 years, 2 months ago

    Lovely sound, thanks so much.

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    acclivity 8 years ago

    Should have commented earlier ... the last strike sounds different to the others as I added some hiss reduction. Ideally I would have had a gradually increasing degree of hiss reduction as the strike died away, but I couldn't see how to do that in Cool Edit Pro

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    wisslgisse 8 years ago

    Forgot to mention that either audacity or sox can convert the format.



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    wisslgisse 8 years ago

    Jeffery, you need to convert the file to wav. Because flac is lossless, the conversion will be lossless. From there you have to decide what format you want it on the CD or DVD.

    Wav will work on all CD players if it is burned as sound instead of data. The standard frame rate for CDs is 44100/sec which this sample is, so you won't have to resample. Some players now also accept mp3, ogg, and even flac (I've heard).

    For DVD, I think it has to be encoded as AC3 or another format that DVD players understand, though again I've heard there are now players that can handle standard sound formats. The standard frame rate for DVD is 48000 frames/second so you will have to resample this sample to that rate in order to burn onto a DVD even if your reencode it.

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Flac (.flac)
5.2 MB
44100.0 Hz
16 bit
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