Record and edit sound files, and add effects, amplification, and noise reduction.
WavePad is a sound editor for Windows that lets you make and edit voice and other audio recordings. You can cut, copy, and paste parts of recordings and, if required, add effects such as echo, amplification, and noise reduction. Version 3.05 includes more advanced audio editing features.
I'm trying to record sounds/music for use as ringtones and sounds.
I can do simple editing, extracting sounds from movies and stuff like that.
I upload sounds to Phonezoo and then send it to the phone (I've since found an easier way) but as an added bonus you could then share your ring tones with other members of the Phonezoo community which was a very cool idea until Phonezoo went Nazi and proceeded to lock everyone but the creator out by placing a copyright on just about anything uploaded.
My question is this, is there a way to record sound/music files that doesn't also copy the DRM data or any other data with it?
I've used various DRM removal tools but Phonezoo still detects it and blocks it.
I don't want to resort to placing a microphone next to a speaker in order to accomplish this. It will sound terrible.
I look forward to any and all ideas.
Thanks in advance.
i'm not sure that using VLC to read your file and capture it into another mp3 would keep the DRM...
so maybe that's a means to explore.
What if you play the original file on your computer, and register the sound with audacity or something ?
In the settings of the sound, you must check "what you hear" or "stereo mix" instead of the microphone.
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