I need to use my Pro Tools LE rig to transfer some spoken word material from the microcassetes it's recorded on into the digital domain. Given what these were recorded with, there is obviously a lot of background noise and hiss that gets in the way of the recording. Further, the voice levels vary quite a bit, so I'll be using a good deal of compression to even it out (my RNC prior to the A-D conversion to heat up the level, and then a bit more compression from plug-ins after that). Is there something that comes with the Pro Tools Factory Bundle that works really well for getting rid of some of this noise? I've tried using EQ to isolate and drop out the frequencies where most of the noise resides, and have had some success, but not quite what I'd like it to be. This is just for a friend, and doesn't need to be professional quality by any means... Any suggestions?