This week I had a very special opportunity to record a wonderful counter tenor in a beautiful recital of Elizabethan and modern song with lute accompaniment. It was a very intimate and special concert with atmosphere to suit. I used a main pr of Schoeps MK21's and an MK4 support for the lute and guitar. I am thrilled with the recording, but it is marred by a few noises as such quiet and intimate material always is, but these noises are a bit special. There is some throat clearing from the singer mid song, sometimes in the tail of lute chords, and some mobile phones despite an announcement from the stage manager at the start. Sigh. I am soon to receive a copy of WL6 which has spectral editing in it, I think, somewhat like renovator. I can fix some of the events by using identical repeated phrases, but is this something that anyone else has done and does it work really well? Is it possible to successfully remove coughs in such a case?