Topic: Can I measure real dynamic range of the recording?
I have digitized shellac records from 1920. In that time due to technological reasons the dynamic range of the recordings was around 26-28dB. But when the records were digitized, they were full of noise due to the shellac material degradation.
I would like to measure, what is the real dynamic range of this digitized recordings (include this noise). Can I use Digickeck for this? Is the „Bitstatistics and Noise” the right tool for do that?