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03-09-2011, 12:36 AM
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Every time I get to the page http://www.digitalfaq.com/forum/vide...io-filter.html , it appears for about a second, then only a blue background appears, with all the images gone. I'm just trying to get to the Digital Faq Sound Forge Filter Pack download, as described on http://www.digitalfaq.com/guides/vid...soundforge.htm . I have a WAV file of my high school choir, with a constant very low frequency rumble, that I would LOVE to remove or reduce. Thanks very much, LS/KP
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Thanks for bringing this to our attention. This was caused by a coding conflict with Internet Explorer -- the worst browser ever made. Apparently some of this site's new coding and features must be blocked to IE, so only Firefox, Safari and Chrome users will get the 100% digitalFAQ.com experience from now on.

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There was possibly a cache corruption issue going on, too. I just now rebooted the server. The site's been acting weird for the past 24 hours. Remember that there is a LOT of construction going on here. While we attempt to keep it hidden until it's ready, I think more and more of it is leaking through prematurely! (Referring to unfinished opcode cache screwing up the forum.) Hopefully a reboot was all that was needed.

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03-10-2011, 12:18 AM
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I used Google Chrome to successfully download SF Preset Manager and the DF/SF filters. I used the rumble remover to remove a lot of the low rumble on one of the old school choir WAV files I captured from an ancient (1965) open reel tape (and only one 1/16" track of that!). It sounds better now, and after some more pop/crackle removing, and copy/pasting of good over bad sung words, I'm very encouraged with the results! I am making CD-Rs of these old band and choir tapes and giving them to my old high school friends (those of us still living!...) Thank you for all your help, LS!
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