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convert my old cassettes into mp3 files - how to make the sound better?


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i finally got new way to convert my old cassettes into mp3 files. but some of Cassettes were told and have noise or weak sound.

is there any app to remove that noise and make the sound better?
i look on Garageband but i dont think it does the job.

any suggestions ?
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