[Coco] Recovering a damaged cassette file

Luis Fernández luis46coco at hotmail.com
Tue Sep 4 23:18:14 EDT 2012

I use the same editor
wav utility can read my partial and rescue far as it goes.
if you want to send me the wav and try to salvage what you have

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Excuse my English, I use google translator, my language is Spanish, I'm Spanish but I live in Venezuela

> Date: Tue, 4 Sep 2012 22:07:00 -0300
> From: diegoba at adinet.com.uy
> To: coco at maltedmedia.com
> Subject: [Coco] Recovering a damaged cassette file
> I have a program saved on tape that I would love to recover.
> The problem is that the tape as a "drop" near the end of the file.
> Has anyone ever been able to recover, at least partially a damaged 
> cassette file?
> I was thinking about just copying and pasting a good section of the file 
> on top of the damaged one, using Audacity ( an audio editor )
> Any suggestions on what to do?
> In case it helps, here is a screenshot of the last section of the 
> waveform. You can see 2 drops, a small, sharp one first, and a bigger 
> one almost at the end.
> www.yaccs.info/MyDoD.jpg
> Thanks to all,
> Diego
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