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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 ...


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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.


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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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