Thanks, John. That does it. Just set the number of harmonics to 1 - then you only have one gain setting to adjust to 0.0 dB.
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Gary, I agree with Joe Salerno. Just bring all the hum removal settings down to zero. Then only the DC offset works, if you have engaged it. Not elegant but works fine.
On Tue, Apr 27, 2021, 2:31 PM Mickey Clark <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I've noted unbalanced sound when I use my VRII cartridge. The effect
> goes away after equalization and the wave form looks far more balanced
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> From: Joe Salerno
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> Hi Gary,
> 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.
> Joe Salerno
> 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
> > regular editor, Sound Forge. I want to recommend a few offset
> > removal programs for my upcoming ARSC conference presentation. If
> > the hum
> > 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.
> > Best,
> > Gary
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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?
> > Thanks,
> > Gary
> > Gary Galo
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