ClickRepair 3.9

Fix various noise issues in old records.
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Brian Davies
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Restore the sound of digitizing vinyl or shellac records. Remove different types of noise like clicks and crackles caused by scratches, dust specks, and other damages from the tracks. Tweak sound output parameters and enable pitch protection and reverse options. The solution works only with uncompressed audio file formats.

ClickRepair is an application designed for all audiophiles. It features tools that are able to detect faults in an audio track, isolate and fix them. The utility is especially designed to restore the sound quality of digitized vinyl records by removing clicks and crackles.

ClickRepair is not fully automated; users can easily skip sections of a track that are detected as clicks or crackles. The interface supports the addition of files using simple drag and drop actions. It works with FORM, RIFF ID3 file headers, AIFF, AIFC, WAVE file formats, with either 1 or 2 channels, 16, 24, 32 sample sizes and a maximum of 192000 sample rate.

Using ClickRepair is quite straightforward thanks to its intuitive layout. It is made up of a sound bar, display window and scale controls. The application supports hotkeys for many of its functions. Users can modify the detection sensitivity for clicks and crackles, as well as a few automation settings.

Overall, ClickRepair should please all users looking for enjoying and preserving their favorite vinyl music records. It is simple to use, quick, and will effectively restore recordings as close as possible to the original sound quality.

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Rory Shaffer
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  • Simple to use
  • Effective


  • No support for 64 bit tracks
  • No support for multiple popular audio formats


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