You might look at Sound Soap. For declicking, Sound Soap has a little
stand alone module that works well, if not simply. Denoise works pretty
well also for an inexpensive program. The more expensive big brother
(not PRO) is a plug-in. PRO is about $500 list, altho I've seen it for
299. (and offered for as little as a 100 upgrade from Bias-Inc. itself).
Even at 299, it is more costly than DC-ART. You didn't say what price
range you are looking in, so I assume you are looking in the same price
range as DC-ART.
For declicking I really like the Sony plug-in (VST) (used to be Sound
Forge) NR 2.0h, if used with care. There are a few times it does not do
so well, like any program. I haven't tried the denoise in Sony in a long
On 2/4/2011 12:38 PM, RA Friedman wrote:
> The Jewish Music Archive at Penn would like to upgrade the software it is
> using. I've been doing mostly transfers of vinyl LP's, cassette tapes and
> some 78's. The DC-Art software is great for recording, editing and manual
> de-clicking, but the automated algorithms are pretty poor and the continuous
> noise module is worse than useless.
> I recently tried Izotrope RX as a trial and was quite impressed. Any other
> software recommendations and/or thoughts about this particular one? Things
> we should consider?
> RA Friedman, Archivist
> Freedman Jewish Sound Archive
> University of Pennsylvania