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I'm looking to perform basic sound editing operations (applying low/high pass filters, eq, etc - to get rid of some annoying background buzz) to the audio in an AVI. Anyone familiar with any free or at least cheap tools that can achieve this?

(Windows, POSIX, hell.. VAX if you like)

(PS. Alternatively a software library that can do it would work as well, language doesn't matter. Unless it's VB... anything but VB)

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I believe that VirtualDub can do that. – Scott Rhee Sep 12 '14 at 1:24
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Couldn't find any. Using Adobe Premiere to split the audio from the AVI and then using my music studio to modify it before passing it back in.

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