In looking at the free R8brain SRC, the filter is down 6 dB at 20 kHz.
The pro versions do better. But it does look great, overall. The overall
phase response and the impulse is 180 degrees out of polarity, so one
needs to do a polarity reversal after running it through the free one.
Just sayin' if you're using this in an archive/professional situation
things to be aware of. It certainly looks better than some of the
commercial products tested.
On 2011-12-07 12:34 PM, Mike Hirst wrote:
> I have used r8brain and found it to be solid and reliable.
> On 06/12/2011 21:57, L. Hunter Kevil wrote:
>> Thanks very much indeed to Richard, Corey, David, Shai, and Eric.
>> iZotope& Weiss look very tempting, but my purchasing manager - the
>> half - says no go, too much dough. But I may not be stuck. Eric's
>> to the infinitewave site is very revealing.
>> It shows that R8brain free seems to have no artifacts, like iZotope,
>> at the
>> cost of an inverted phase pulse and a low-pass cutoff a bit lower than
>> usual. Its website is here:
>> I don't have much choice at the moment, but does anyone have any
>> about this? Am I reading the infinitewave data correctly?
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