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Solved Solved: Converting cassettes to CDs via honestech audio recorder 2.0

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  1. jllp

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    When I converted a cassette tape series to MP3s and burned onto CDs via honestech audio recorder 2.0, I hear a "popping" sound in the background about every 10 seconds. This does not happen with any other cassettes I have done this with, except for this tape series. Is there anything I can do to eliminate these "pop" sounds? I have contacted their customer service department to no avail. Thank you.
     
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    As far as how to use your software, wouldn`t have a clue. Just something to try if you`ve a mind to, a freeware Audacity, found here: http://audacity.sourceforge.net/ I believe it has the ability to edit out some unwanted noises.
     
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    I've also used Audacity to convert cassettes to mp3 (cds).
    Then MP3Gain to "level" the volumes.
    You could also use Audacity and Mp3gain to edit your current mp3s.
    Depending on the length of the pop ... They could probably be deleted manually if the Audacity Noise removal can't be used.
    Each pop could be manually selected then reduced in volume, deleted or replaced with "something"
     
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    Thank you both for your help. I really appreciate it.
     
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