Are you recording video, music instruments, podcasts or interviews? Then you know that location recordings are unpredictable. You can't prevent your talent (or any other sound source) from getting too loud. This is why it's hard to find the optimal input level for your recordings.
Audio clipping (or saturation) is the distortion that occurs when you set your input signal level too high. It happens when your analog or digital recording equipment reaches its limits and your system cannot handle the dynamics of your input signal. Clipping results from over-saturation and usually sounds like a harsh distortion. When you look at the loud parts of your input waveform, you can see clippings as blocks of audio that are chopped off.
It's always preferable to avoid clipping. But when you cannot re-record, the De-Clipper will be your life-saver. The De-Clipper restores saturated audio segments and improves the overall signal quality.
Unlike any other De-Clipping software, the De-Clipper is completely automatic. It detects and repairs the over-saturated audio segments. You just have to select between Mode 1 (for standard use) and Mode 2 (for trickier cases). Repair your clipped audio in seconds with the new De-Clipper.