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My email to Richard did go to the list.  Oh, well ...

Matthew, I have used the Dereverb feature in Izotope RX3 Advanced, and it
works surprisingly well, up to a point.  It is very easy to use.  If you
overdo it, you get a dry, phony sounding mess, but getting some amount of
bad echo out is sure better than not being able to do much of anything
about it, which is what happens in most restoration programs.  It's a great
feature.

Best,
John Haley

On Wed, Sep 10, 2014 at 10:16 PM, Richard L. Hess <[log in to unmask]>
wrote:

> Hi, Aaron,
>
> I stopped using Insight for a while as I was using Alloy for my processing
> and RX only had one plug-in slot. Insight has not been high on my list of
> sub-systems to learn, but your suggestion just bumped it up when I get RX4.
>
> Samplitude has a sound-field view, but I will check out Insight's.
>
> The challenge is I need it farther upstream in the workflow than where I
> generally use iZotope RX.
>
> StereoTool's automatics can sometimes be a useful starting point for
> further work on the access copy, hence my dual record.
>
> Cheers,
>
> Richard
>
> On 2014-09-10 8:48 PM, Aaron Coe wrote:
>
>> Richard,
>>
>> Have you checked out the Sound Field meter in Izotope’s Insight metering
>> plugin (comes free with RX Advanced)?  I used to used StereoTools too but
>> prefer using Insight now.
>>
>> -Aaron
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