The limitation with Deconstruct is that music and even a vocal contain both
tonal and non tonal elements. The task then is to separate the wanted
(tonal plus non tonal ) elements of the performance, from the unwanted (non
For example speech consonants, and background hiss can present the same.
They are both non tonal. A tool to separate tonal from non tonal is of no
use here. We would need a tool to separate wanted "noise" from unwanted
noise (both non tonal).
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From: "Eero Aro" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Tuesday, March 06, 2018 9:26 PM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Swish
>> If we attenuate the broadband noise spectrum, we have simply turned down
>> volume of everything.
> I wonder if you are familiar with the Deconstruct Tool in RX?
> To some extent (in my opinion - quite well) the tool can separate noise
> type and
> tonal characteristics of the audio. When you select to attenuate Noise
> type noise,
> RX doesn't touch too much the tonal components.
> Eero Aro
> Audio Restoration Tonfiks
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