I've been trying to find online audio examples of "swish" on say 78RPM
records so I can recognize it when people talk about it. Can you or anyone
else suggest some?
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From: "Douglas Pomeroy" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Wednesday, March 07, 2018 12:54 AM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Swish and iZotope RX
> I responded off list to Steve Smolian with this suggestion which as worked
> for me.
> If the swish can be seen clearly enough on the graphic display, it can be
> selected and
> the Interpolate tab in the Declick tool will often remove it very well,
> especially if it
> contains a lot of high frequency content. Manually selecting each
> occurrence of
> swish, which tends to recur once per disc revolution, is extremely tedious
> work, but
> the results can be excellent. Interpolate works on audio of 4000 samples
> or less,
> so if the swish lasts longer than that, it can be divided into smaller
> sections first.
> And it helps to remember how interpolation works: it looks for audio
> swish immediately ahead of or following the section with swish, and once a
> section is cleaned up, it can allow sections adjacent to it to be improved
> repeated use of interpolate.
> Douglas Pomeroy
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