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Japanese text often contains mixture of 1-byte and 2-byte characters, and this can become problematic… especially when formatting for database. Luckily, a developer at Studio Ousia (https://github.com/studio-ousia/mojimoji) provides us a nice & easy-to-implement solution. Kudos!! 🙂

I do my best to clean up unwanted pops and clicks in my voiceover products. For an instance like this one above… I’ll just select the region and delete. But for more intricate edits, I use WaveLab’s pen tool to rectify jagged waveform patterns. Do you?