Celemony绞盘首次程序能够删除音乐唱片抖晃 – 无论是在磁带上，紧凑的卡带，蜡，虫胶或乙烯。绞盘检测和分析音乐素材本身扑哇，这样的介质无关。在这方面，绞盘是明显优于偏见跟踪，如解决方案，因为绞盘仍然有效，即使磁带已被复制多次或仅在低分辨率数字化。
虽然WOW的精确检测，并扑代表实际的技术革命，维修记录很简单：音乐素材仅仅是发挥倒的速度曲线。纯的Varispeed – 保证从文物。
For over 100 years, music has been recorded on mechanical storage mediums, and for over 100 years such recordings have been plagued by the same problems: wow and flutter. Who isn’t familiar with the wobbling and warbling, the droning and dragging? Mechanical degradation caused by defective devices or sticking tapes, by aging or defective storage. Furthermore, wow and flutter were for the most part irremediable.
Countless recordings of renowned orchestras, big bands and rock groups are currently slumbering deep in archives because precisely this problem has rendered them unusable. The tapes worthless, the recordings lost to posterity. Until now.
For with Celemony Capstan there is now for the first time a program capable of removing wow and flutter from musical recordings – whether on tape, compact cassette, wax, shellac or vinyl. Capstan detects wow and flutter by analyzing the musical material itself, so the medium is of no relevance. In this, Capstan is clearly superior to solutions such as bias tracking, because Capstan still works even if the tape has already been copied several times or digitized only in low resolution.
Being musically intelligent, the Capstan algorithm is capable of recognizing not only the minutest amounts of wow and flutter but also continuous speed variations within the musical material itself and makes possible detailed editing that extends even to drawing in the curve manually. It is based on the patented DNA Direct Note Access technology made famous by the award-winning program Melodyne, which is used worldwide in all major studios for the editing of pitch and timing.
Whilst the precise detection of the wow and flutter represents the actual technological revolution, repairing the recording is easy: the musical material is simply played back with the velocity curve inverted. Pure varispeed – guaranteed free from artifacts.
“Already during the Capstan test phase we unearthed our first musical treasure,” relates Capstan product specialist Mathis Nitschke: “a recording of Wilhelm Furtwangler conducting Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony in 1954. Even to this day, the interpretation is regarded as perfect, but the same unfortunately could no longer be said of the tape, chronic wow and flutter and even a momentary tape freeze having hitherto spoilt the enjoyment. Thanks to Capstan, a restored version will now be released in 2012.”
Celemony Capstan 1.0.0：迅雷快传