Thanks, Joe. There is a way to set the notch to 0 dB - it works.
Nice to hear from you. I hope you are doing well.
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Perhaps as a workaround, could you give RX an "empty" hum print? In other words, a hum print that is silent?
I used to use a video editing program that had to be fooled sometimes by placing an empty filter on a clip and making it render while making no change in that clip. It was called a forced render.
On 4/27/2021 6:42 AM, Gary A. Galo wrote:
> Thanks, Tim. I've used the ones in Audacity, Adobe Audition, as well as my regular editor, Sound Forge. I want to recommend a few offset removal programs for my upcoming ARSC conference presentation. If the hum removal in RX can't be disabled, then RX won't be a good choice for this application. I just want to make sure I haven't overlooked something.
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> Hi Gary, I'm not sure about RX but Audacity has a DC offset
> correction tool in the Normalize tool where the Normalize function
> can be optionally unchecked.
> Cheers, Tim.
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> Hi Everyone,
> Does anyone use the DC Offset removal tool in RX7? It's part of the
> DeHum module, but I can't seem to find a way to turn off the hum
> removal and just run the DC offset removal. Does anyone know if it's
> possible to do this?
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