Does any use music production software to edit songs or albums which seem to have recording faults in them?
And not simply because you want to create something 'new' really but just because there's something obviously wrong in the initial recording of a song or album.
For example, my digital copy of 'Nights Out' by Metronomy always used to bug me because it didn't flow well. For example, there was a clear 'break' between 'Nights Out' and 'The End of You Too' even when I had gap-less playback on even though it was really clear the first song was supposed to flow seamlessly into the second track.
All I did was remove that gap just at the right place so it now does what I believe it's supposed to and it really works.
I have also downloaded songs and found them to have 'blips' in them. At first, I assumed it was a crap download and downloaded it again - and again - from a few more sources only to find the same minor problem. So in the end I edited it myself and did my best to remove it. A case in point is in the 'Intro' from Blessure Grave's 'Judged by Twelve, Carried by Six'.
Has anyone else experienced a 'fault' as they see it in an album's recording and taken steps to rectify it using some music production software? If so, what was the problem?
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