Getting Chirps out of Audio

Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by DMClark, Jan 2, 2003.

  1. DMClark

    DMClark Active Member

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    Alright I've got a wav audio file. How woul I go about getting a few chirps out of it? You know the high pitched "whishy-washy' sound the happen real fast.
     
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    Use an audio editing program like goldwave or sound forge.

    Also, try exact audio copy if the wave is from an audio cd. It does a very good job of extracting the wave files with no errors.
     
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    Go them both.. Found one chirp juts by looking at the audio.. Have noe idea what to do from here.
     
  4. Rob

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    Cool Edit Pro has features that will allow the removal of chirps, hisses, clicks, pops, etc. Give that a try.
     

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