Most of us have obtained our audio from various sources over the years. Our rare and live tracks could have been recorded from old LPs or even VHS video. The other option was to find rare and live tracks across the Internet. Tracks you couldn't get on CD or via a download music store. Either way, these tracks might not be up to the required standard. If you've recorded audio from an LP or cassette, you might find that the track starts with a lot of unnecessary hiss and crackle that you need removing from the audio.
Wavosaur 18.104.22.168 is a free audio tool that you can use to enhance, cut, improve and process your music. It can do pretty much everything you need, from recording the audio, processing and enabling you to enhance and then export.
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