In a message dated 6/8/04 9:01:39 PM, [log in to unmask] writes:
<< We're interested, for the sake of comparison, in taking the software route
this time. Any experiences using CEDAR software, Sonic Laundry, and other
programs at various budget levels would be very interesting. >>
The Waves X-restoration bundle is a remarkable bargain and works very well.
It should be used on a very up-to-date computer as you might note from its
host requirements -- either native or in a Pro Tools TDM environment.
It works very fast and is quickly undoable. You can also easily use
different settings on different parts of a file or piece of music, more aggressive
processing where needed, less or none where material is less damaged.
I agree with Ken Miller's comment onlist that Digidesign's DINR is not very
useful, especially for its price. I've used Raygun with some success, but it's
tricky and I don't really consider it a professional level product.
There are many fine products out there, these are just the ones I have
personal experience with.