I use Sound Forge
- it's the nads (although I'm running an old version). Meldrew is right, though. If you have a small vinyl collection, you might as well replace it with CDs but if your collection is large, it's going to take forever.
Also, no matter how good a packages noise-reduction software is, it's not going to eliminate all the pops and crackles on a vinyl disc. This is true of Sound Forge as much as any other software package.
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Edited by micksharpe (Mon 26-Sep-11 22:58:58)