I've tried Izotope and Sonnox Restore Demo, and to my ears Izotope is not so
well sounding for NR - too many artifacts despite tuning for various types
of processing (real-time, "near" real-time, offline processing(. Also, very
limited and poor declick algorihm.
I will try to get Sonnox for 1000 EUR + more.
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From: "Bruce Whisler" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Saturday, February 05, 2011 9:29 PM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] For Mr. Friedman re NR software
I have both Waves and Izotope, and have found Izotope to be the better
performer in most situations. Yes, the offline algorithms can be very slow,
but provide better results than the real time algorithms on musical
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Sent: Saturday, February 05, 2011 3:25 PM
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Subject: [ARSCLIST] For Mr. Friedman re NR software
In a message dated 2/4/11 9:09:15 PM, [log in to unmask] writes:
> I recently tried Izotrope RX as a trial and was quite impressed. Any
> software recommendations and/or thoughts about this particular one?
> we should consider?
For Mr. Friedman
Izotope is very good at the price and comparable to software suites like
Waves Restoration that run closer to $1K+.
The one drawback is that some of the processes put extremly high demands on
CPU. Other than that they're very good and the cheapest high quality
One listmember suggested "You might look at Sound Soap," but my
recommendation is to avoid this software at all cost. IMHO its one of the
pieces of audio software I've ever encountered and can easily do more damage