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  1. I am in the process of digitizing some old vinyl using Sound Editor in Roxio 2011. I used to do this regularly but it has been some time since I used the clean and enhance features and so need a refresher. My problem is that I do not want to treat the entire track with the cleaning options. When I click on the Clean up Audio button at the top of the Roxio Sound Editor window I am given three options: Clean, Enhancer & Equalizer. When I click on Clean I receive a popup window that allows me to adjust the intensity or threshold for the following parameters: Declicker, Decrackler, Denoiser & Noise. When I have tried applying these filters, it markedly affects the quality of the entire track - the track becomes deadened and less lively. What I want to be able to do is to manually identify the pops and clicks (the serious ones are very easy to identify on the waveform displayed in the Sound Editor window) and simply remove those specific pops, I don't want to treat the entire track. I remember being able to do this a couple of years ago, but I have simply forgotten how. Is anyone able to refresh my memory? Thanks so much. aras
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