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Corrupted audio after restoring it form a formatted ssd-Help
Old 30th May 2019
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Corrupted audio after restoring it form a formatted ssd-Help

Recently I accidentally formatted an SSD card which I use for direct sound recording, using a ZOOM H5 with it.

I looked up if there was any way to recover the "deleted" after formatting, and found several file restoration softwares (EaseUs, IBeesoft, etc), which I tried on their trial versions, looking previews of the audios to be restored. Some of them sounded good in the preview, however, others are just now chronic impulses of white noise with very faint traces of the original audio.

Is there any way to restore the original audio? Another possible issue was that, after formatting, the SSD card was used by another device (a GO PRO camera).

The files to be restored have the following characteristics:

Format: .wav
Bit Depth: 24 Bit
Sample Rate: 48khz


You can check it in the next link:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Uf...EKrW7Um2pLv6Zn
Old 30th May 2019
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https://www.quora.com/Is-it-possible...s-possible-how

If you find a really good software and it works share please, I have just been sellect all > apply fades > delay > then a subtle yet dreamy reverb on it.
Old 4th June 2019
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I am sorry, but what do you mean by applying fades. You mean like manually editing and then applying those effects?
Old 4th June 2019
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Flosal View Post
I am sorry, but what do you mean by applying fades. You mean like manually editing and then applying those effects?
Hello,
It was a, "bad" joke.

In the past, having bad recordings due to many reasons I have changed the sample frequency, select all, cut silence, apply fade in and fade out, throw on a delay and black hole, choose a cliche name like, "Music for short people in airports." then upload it on a site I have never heard of before.

Good times.

Serious: If you try software to restore data and find one that is very, very good. Please share.


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