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How to Restore Your Old Recordings with Sound Rescue TerraTec Edition 2.1



How to Restore Your Old Recordings with Sound Rescue TerraTec Edition 2.1




If you have a collection of old tapes, vinyls or shellac records that you want to digitize and preserve, you may encounter some problems with the sound quality. These recordings may have unwanted noises, such as clicks, crackles, hiss or hum, that degrade the listening experience. Fortunately, there is a software that can help you clean up your problematic and historic recordings directly on your PC: Sound Rescue TerraTec Edition 2.1.


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Sound Rescue TerraTec Edition 2.1 is a powerful tool that lets you remove or significantly reduce unwanted audio, maintaining authentic sound with almost no degradation of its original quality[^1^]. It is an ideal enhancement for audio editing and CD recording programs, especially if you are interested in transferring your treasures to CD using the TerraTec PhonoPreAmp iVinyl or the DMX 6Fire USB devices.


In this article, we will show you how to use Sound Rescue TerraTec Edition 2.1 to restore your old recordings in a few simple steps.


Step 1: Record your audio source




The first step is to record your audio source using the built-in recorder AlgoRec. This program will automatically generate red-book compatible WAV files that have 16-bit resolution and 44.1 kHz sampling rate. These files are supported by all CD burning programs and can be loaded into Sound Rescue TerraTec Edition 2.1.


To record your audio source, you need to connect your TerraTec PhonoPreAmp iVinyl or DMX 6Fire USB device to your PC and select it as the input device in AlgoRec. Then, you can adjust the recording level and start recording by clicking on the red button. You can pause or stop the recording at any time by clicking on the corresponding buttons.


Step 2: Load your WAV file into Sound Rescue TerraTec Edition 2.1




The next step is to load your WAV file into Sound Rescue TerraTec Edition 2.1. To do this, you need to launch the program and click on the Open button. Then, you can browse your computer and select the WAV file you want to restore.


Once you load your WAV file, you will see a graphical representation of the waveform and a spectrogram of the frequency spectrum. You can zoom in or out of the waveform by using the mouse wheel or the slider at the bottom of the window. You can also play back your audio by clicking on the Play button.


Step 3: Analyze and remove unwanted noise




The final step is to analyze and remove unwanted noise from your audio file using the four modules of Sound Rescue TerraTec Edition 2.1: Click & Crackles Removal, Hiss Removal, Hum Removal and Noise Reduction.


To use any of these modules, you need to select a portion of your audio file that contains only noise (no signal) by clicking and dragging on the waveform. Then, you need to click on one of the module buttons and adjust the parameters according to your preference. You can preview the effect of each module by clicking on the Preview button.


The Click & Crackles Removal module lets you remove impulsive noises such as clicks and crackles that are common in vinyl records or shellac discs. You can adjust the sensitivity and threshold of the detection algorithm and choose between two modes: Auto or Manual.


The Hiss Removal module lets you remove broadband noise such as tape hiss or background noise. You can adjust the amount of noise reduction and choose between two modes: Adaptive or Fixed.


The Hum Removal module lets you remove periodic noise such as power line hum or ground loop hum. You can adjust the frequency and bandwidth of the notch filter and choose between two modes: Auto or Manual.


The Noise Reduction module lets you remove any other type of noise that is not covered by the previous modules. You can adjust the amount of noise reduction and choose between two modes: Spectral Subtraction or Wiener Filter.


Step 4: Save your restored audio file




After you apply all the modules that you need, you can save your restored audio file by clicking on the Save button. You can choose between two formats: WAV or MP3. 29c81ba772


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