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    i'm looking for a sound software that would make a wave file sound like an old sound from the 40's so it would fit a grainscreen.
    thank's

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    I don't know if this would fit your budget, but I have played around with the Sound Forge demo and IIRC, there are plugins that would allow you to do this pretty easily. You can get the demo and the plugins (demo versions available as well) at http://www.sonicfoundry.com

    Splines

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    SOund Forge XP is great for those with $499 for the real deal. IT has all of the whistles but with less support for Direct X Plug ins

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    thank's guys but i dont have the 500$ to spend.
    is there something that coast less?

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    Try this The zdnet software library

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    http://hotfiles.zdnet.com/cgibin/tex...es/search.html

    You might find some sort of program that can do that.

    I know that there are programs out that can create that effect...



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    could you please recomane me of one of them cause i got preaty lost there
    thank's

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    My favorite sound editor to use is Goldwave. The shareware version is free and does all the same stuff the full version does, except the shareware version limits you to do only so many functions per session. Check it out at http://www.goldwave.com

    -Mr. Fusion

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