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How to Fix Muffled Audio When Transferring Audio to CD

As time goes on, our old analog recordings continue to degrade day by day and little by little and soon will turn into muffled audio, or even worse. What once was a audio track full of crystal clear sounds had been transformed into a muffled inaudible mess once you transfer the cassette to CD. This...
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Change Speed Of Your Audio – Remove Chipmunk Effect

Do you have recordings of people sounding like chipmunks? This is typically a problem of differentiating tape playback speed. When a tape is played back at a speed that is faster than what it was recorded on, you will get the chipmunk effect. If the opposite happens, then you’re recording will sound slooooooooow with lower...
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How to Fix an Audio Cassette, Audio Cassette Repair Guide

Dealing with an audio cassette repair is similar to the “How to Fix a Video Tape” guide I posted earlier. To make things easier, the tools I used were splicing tape, a small flathead screwdriver, and a new blank cassette tape. The first step is to inspect what type of damage your cassette has, the...
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