ClickRepair is a mature, well-tested, application for declicking and decrackling audio in uncompressed audio files. It has been developed over a period of many years. There is an extensive user manual that is part of the download package. ClickRepair will not operate on compressed audio files, such as mp3, and there are no plans to incorporate such a feature.
Latest features (ClickRepair)
Latest version is 3.8.4 (build 45e). Download/View full version history (pdf) here.
Main new features of versions 3.8 are:
• Can select sound-buffer length.
• Revised manual for new features of versions 3.6-3.8.
• Includes a new bundled application "ClickRepairRT".
Main new features of versions 3.7 are:
• Multiple file drag and drop.
• Drag and drop integrated into Mac OS X.
Main new features of versions 3.6 are:
• Can set breakpoints (see new manual, p53).
• Drag and Drop interface for single file processing (see new manual, p10).
• More robust handling of unacceptable files.
ClickRepairRT is a new, experimental, application for declicking audio in real-time. It has been developed in response to requests from some users. The manual is part of the ClickRepair manual.
ClickRepairRT permits a computer to be used in-line with the sound system, with the output of the pre-amplfier being fed through for declicking, then sent back to the main amplifier. It uses a simple version of the ClickRepair algorithm tuned so as to minimise latency, which is in the order of 65mS (1/15 second).
ClickRepairRT is bundled with ClickRepair and cannot be downloaded or licensed separately. It will run in trial mode so long as ClickRepair is running in trial mode. Once a license code is entered into the ClickRepair application, ClickRepairRT will automatically become licensed.
Latest features (ClickRepairRT)
Latest version is 1.3 (build 4a). Download/View full version history (pdf) here.
Main new features of versions 1.2 are:
• 16 and 24 bit sound up to 96kHz.
Main new features of versions 1.1 are:
• 16 bit sound up to 96kHz.
• Can produce log file of sound lines available to the Java run-time.