Thanks so much for the responses. I guess I can save myself some money.
On Monday, September 14, 2020, 11:33:52 AM CDT, Richard L. Hess <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
You are correct that it works based on using the music itself as a
reference. It has complex algorithms that attempt to minimize the
reduction of vibrato as it stands. I'd love to have a relatively short
segment or three of music to try it on.
The challenge for me is much of the worst wow and flutter I come across
is on spoken word recordings and neither RX8 or Capstan can function
well with those as I understand it. Neither of those programs do what
Plangent can do.
On 2020-09-14 12:05 p.m., Karl Miller wrote:
> Related to RX 8...are there any opinions of the new feature to deal with pitch fluctuations and how it might be relative to capstan? I am concerned about music passages with vibrato.
> On Sunday, September 13, 2020, 08:12:13 PM CDT, Tim Gillett <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hi Charles, Have you tried the suggestions around summing to mono? It
> can work quite well, with few or no artifacts.
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> Subject:Re: [ARSCLIST] Izotope RX8; recordings of FM broadcasts with
> multipath distortion
> Richard and Lou,
> Thank you very much for the ideas. You've given me back some hope
> these tapes. I was using RX7 spectral de-noise, but it was leaving
> much residual noise, and I couldn't push it further without losing
> content and creating artifacts. It seems I need to be a bit more
> adventuresome in my experimentation.
> I have RX7 advanced, so the upgrade cost to 8 advanced is not too
> Will let you know if I am successful using what you have suggested.
> find some non-destructive ways of
> On 9/13/2020 1:48 PM, Richard L. Hess wrote:
> > Hi, Lou,
> > That is a good suggestion, but we already have an M-S thing going
> > as I explained in a previous email. All the noise is in the L-R
> > channel which, unfortunately was mixed back into the quiet L+R
> > when the stereo was demodulated in the tuner to make the tape
> > recording. So, the act of summing L + R from the tape will act to
> > cancel out the noise, but the balance between L + R will need to be
> > tuned for minimum noise, as you know when you're trying to null
> > things, 1-2 dB in level makes a big difference.
> > I haven't thought what subsequent M-S processing might do, but that
> > would put it back into L+R and L-R and might be another way of
> > at the same thing...just attenuating the S channel would work the
> > as summing, but the match is critical in either case.
> > Cheers,
> > Richard
> > On 2020-09-13 4:35 p.m., Lou Judson wrote:
> >> I wonder if an MS treament would help with multipath - EQ the side
> >> signal to reduce noise, bost the mid to compensate, then
> recombine. I
> >> don;t have a sample to try this on but it has worked for me for
> >> stereo noise in the past.
> >> <L>
> >> Lou Judson
> >> Intuitive Audio
> >> 415-883-2689
> >>> On Sep 13, 2020, at 1:16 PM, Lou Judson <[log in to unmask]>
> >>> FM multipath? Good question. Have you tried it in mono? Mono-ing
> >>> receiver cleans it right up, but I don’t now about after it is
> >>> recorded.
> Charles Reinsch
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