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No, I don't think you can fix that unless you have a fully equipped studio for forensic analysis, very good ears and a LOT of time. What you're hearing has a number of problems. The greatest is that its time is messed up due to a (circular) buffer that wasn't filling fast enough. This is what causes these repetitions. If I can hear well, a second track (the ...


No. There is no way to fix this. This is borked beyond repair. Sorry that won't be much help, but that's really the honest answer.


Waves has a plugin called W43 and a preset called "Wind" I usually drop the low slider down until the plosives are under control.

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