I am trying to suppress or destroy most or all feedback using Audacity’s latest version.
So far, I have applied the following settings:
For bass, -30db
For treble -30db
After I have burned onto a CD-R, I played it in my CD player. The result was in a faint sound; whereas, when I connect my CD player to my computer using an audio jack, the feedback was suppressed or eliminated. Still, it needs more work my adjustments. Would I need to use a digital feedback suppressor, such as Waves app? The goal is to prevent users from making copies prior to illegally sharing or going viral online.
Also, should I need to purchase a Behringer advanced feedback suppressor, so that it can perform the job correctly?
Also, I have clicked on the link, but the CD-R format is Phillips Audio standard.
In addition, I am looking into Disc Descriptor Protocol (DDP) creation apps - namely Soundblade LE or Soundblade HD.
I want to look into those apps, so that I can make great use of either one of them.