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Chapter 11. Audio Restoration > Using Clip Restoration

Using Clip Restoration

Many of us who used to make mix tapes with our cassette recorders learned the dangers of setting recording levels too high. The resulting recording sounded fuzzy, distorted, and generally unpleasant. In addition, when recording levels are set too high in a digital recording, the resulting distortion can sound like high-pitched squealing, loud popping, or an unpleasant overlay of static.

Digital distortion, or clipping, results when the amplitude of a recorded signal is higher than the selected bit rate can handle. If you have an audio file that's marred by clipping, and re-recording is not an option, you can use Audition's Clip Restoration tool to replace the clipping sounds with new audio.


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