You've already received some good advice. As far as "De-Click" in RX, I
start with the same settings as Doug Pomeroy. However, I usually will
take a few passes using the lower settings. Like peeling an onion, one
layer at a time. A discipline that I learned back in the days of Sonic
Solutions Classic. This approach will (obviously) take longer but the
results produce less artifacts. With the later versions of RX, one can
produce an RX document which can save a lot of note taking and provide
one with the extended ability to undo processes. For noise reduction and
some other processes, I will listen to the noise output in order to stay
away from the content that I wish to remain untouched. Remember to
"Un-click" that situation before processing or you will wind up with a
file of noise artifacts (Been there, done that). Basically, I use the
rule of "Proceed with caution." The rest is up to your taste.
Corey Bailey Audio Engineering
On 6/12/2018 3:23 PM, Steven Smolian wrote:
> Someone was kind enough to post the best setting to begin declicking 78s
> with RX5.
> In a post I've now lost, there was a mention of the number of clicks removed
> per minute of audio below which it was ineffective.
> Has anyone a suggested number?
> Steve Smolian