For recorded 'brom', I can recommend Brian Davies' DeNoiseLF - I use it all the time! Or maybe you have an electrical or electronic problem in your physical setup (earthing?) - whichever it is, I wish you all success in dealing with it! Best wishes, Nick
Thanks Nick! I try if DeNoiseLF is the solution!
Wishing you to recover soon ! I love your blogs !!!
Will be a good idea check all conection before start solving the recording problem, usually are a few issues that can happen, i.e: cycling ground or not ground at all, some turntables don't use ground wire but the preamp need it; other point is how close to an AC power supply where the audio wiring, the output level of the cartridge, an MC cartridge needs a more clean wiring sistem than MM, I don't remember if you have mention which preamp did you use but valved (tubed) preamp are not a good idea for digital recording. Best wishes. Pablo.
Well, I check your last transfer with iZotope RX3 in Spectral mode and clearly what you have is a 50 hz hum with a very strong 100 hz harmonic. Check if the audio wiring is not crossing to close to a AC power supply, listen with headphones if your preamp make the same noise, maybe the power supply will be not working properly. Although you can easily solve it with any basic dehum software it would be nice if you can fix the electric problem.
Thnaks very much! That's very valuable information you give me.
Is this hum issue also the same for you 78s blog? Good luck, and please keep these blogs public, I wake up at night scared sometimes I'll come here and it will say "invited readers only", hehe
Steeds kijk ik...en weer die Solex...Hoe gaat het? Succes met het 'ontbrommen' Groeten, Jan Werner (MMS-geinteresseerde)
It will take some more time I'm afraid... try to solve the problems.