Some possible examples of audio restoration are:
01. Reducing or removing hum caused by electromagnetic interference;
02. Reduction or removal of crackle and hiss from the audio of a vinyl or cassette tape;
03. Reduction or removal of any kind of noise and undesired sound event;
04. Reduction or removal of reverberation (useful for conference recordings, news reports, etc.);
05. Reduction or removal of Larsen effects (feedback) in recordings of live music concerts;
06. Reduction or removal of distortion;
07. Reduction or removal of the soundtrack from the audio of a movie;
08. Reduction or removal of leakage/bleed from a music recording;
09. Reduction or removal of artifacts from a telephone interception (for lawyers and law enforcement), in order to emphasize speech intelligibility.
It is important to mention that the efficiency of such digital processes varies depending on the material and its degree of deterioration.
SonusFactor digitizes audio from cassette and vinyl records into the digital format preferred by the client. The most common digital media available for digitization are Compact Disc, DVD Audio, MP3 files and Wav files (at various resolutions, up to a maximum of 192 kHz / 24 bit).
CONTACT ME IF YOU NEED DIFFERENT AUDIO FORMATS FOR YOUR DIGITIZATION.