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Regardless of the software you use to do it (audacity will do just fine) there are a few things you need to think about. When we record a voice over a microphone we're not just picking up the voice. There are a couple of other things we pick up too. The walls of the room will have some reflective qualities that will add the smallest touch of short-tail ...


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This answer may contain nuts cynicism. To make a CD rip sound like the average consumer vinyl rip, you need to do the following… Apply a gentle roll-off of frequencies above 4KHz, not too much, just enough that there's nothing much left above about 12k. Hard roll off anything below 45Hz. Add gentle tube or tape saturation. Optional. De-tune [by simply ...


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