Any recommendations for the 'best' NR software and/or plugin ? Any votes for iZotope RX?
Making progress in getting a noise free vocal audio master. Applying my NR in 2 passes in Audition.
Noise is virtually removed after 2nd pass(I take a new noise print before each pass) but I have a slight high pitched 'flanging' sound just barely audible.
Can any NR experts suggest some things I might try?
I recently purchased a Fender Supersonic head. I know valve amps are noisier than solid state but the clean channel on the amp, especially the Bassman setting has lots of background hiss. Even with no guitar plugged in and the volume completely off, there is a hiss that is very loud. The lead channel is fine and I have checked cables, different speakers, different wall socket, etc. I didn't notice this at the store as I was in a big room with quite noisy surroundings. I took the amp back and they sent it to Fender who have replaced a suspect preamp valve and apparently tested the amp.
I like this performance and would like to keep it. Any recommended software? Thanks...
I just have an used (but in good shape) Studer A807.
Today I have recorded some music to test it and I was very surprised to hear how good and different the sound was!
I did an CD audio extract of a song in Sounforge, then recorded the same track into the Studer through my cheap Tascam M30(without any EQ) and sent the tape into Soudforge.
Then I created a project in Cubase SX and listened to the 2 versions.
The difference was enormous, maybe because the studer had the benefit to have a mixer in front of it?
I recorded a live recital (piano / soprano) last friday, I used Blunmlein stereo mic. I've got amazing sound but also a lot of audience noise (about 180 people), I then tried to use various noise reduction plugin s, It worked but it also took the ambience as well. I doubt if other classical live recordings use the noise reduction facilities at all, can anyone tell? Also how do you do if you have the same situation?