- March 11, 2019 at 4:36 am #110199AMRadiolegendParticipant
Total posts : 335March 11, 2019 at 11:58 am #110208Carl BlareParticipant
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Good info on a topic that always needs better understanding.
I just wonder if they mean “Clipper” as one of the processing devices.
My guess would be that we mean “Unclipper” or “Anti-clipper”, since clipping is a form of distortion.
The audio software Audacity contains an Unclipper, which in most cases fixes audio tracks that contain clipped samples (over-recorded).
StereoTool, a software audio processor, includes a Clip-Fixer for the same purpose.
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