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Remove Static from . Wav files

I have a few .wav files that have a lot of static.  Is their some software or other thing I can do to remove the static?
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Yes sir.

Here you are:  http://www.audioeditorpro.com/

There are several options... See what you think.
It does depend on what you call static. Static is probably the worst thing that I can thing of to be on a wav file, that's because the static I'm thinking of is like a radio or TV getting RF (radio frequency) interference, and it's usually across the whole spectrum and can't be removed. But if you mean clicks and pops and scratches like on the old vinyl 33rmp and  LP records then a lot of this is removable. I've had a lot of success with Soundprobe: http://www.sonicspot.com/soundprobe/soundprobe.html
I believe static is considered clicks and/or crackles in many audio editors. You may be able to remove it using the beta version of Audacity (http://audacity.sourceforge.net/), Sound Forge (http://www.sonycreativesoftware.com/download/step2.asp?DID=726), or Wave Editor (http://www.nero.com/nero7/enu/nero7-demo.php) which is included with the trial version of Nero 7.
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jjrr007Author Commented:
Thanks for your suggestions.  Which software will also let me cut and save the .WAV files?  What I mean by this is which software will allow me to save a portion of the wav file as a new file.  I will need the software to do this and be easy to use.

Any suggestions can remove static, save portions of the .wav  file and be easy to use?
Try Audacity for cut and save.
jjrr007Author Commented:
Thanks for the responses.

I tried the software products. Audicity's Sound Forge and the Sony product worked pretty well. Thanks again!

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