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Offline jerryfreak

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Re: iZotope Rx 7
« Reply #165 on: December 13, 2020, 09:50:10 PM »
i just used the 'phase' tool for the first time ever to repair an asymmetrical waveform on a webrip

is there anything this software can't do?

Nope; it's basically audio repair witchcraft.

I used the DeCrackle module a couple weeks ago to repair a bunch of buffer underrun errors on a direct-to-PC recording when I had set the sample buffer too low. Saved me a tense moment with my better half, because all of her vocal takes had this problem (which was my fault) and I didn't have to ask her to spend another hour or so redoing those takes.

i could see where dropped samples could repaired with vox, which is less pitch/tempo variable than some other music sources (or more complex music sources with multiple vox, instruments and percussion). lil drops are prob invisible once the 'cliffs' in waveform are removed 
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Re: iZotope Rx 7
« Reply #166 on: December 14, 2020, 06:35:51 AM »
i just used the 'phase' tool for the first time ever to repair an asymmetrical waveform on a webrip

is there anything this software can't do?

Nope; it's basically audio repair witchcraft.

I used the DeCrackle module a couple weeks ago to repair a bunch of buffer underrun errors on a direct-to-PC recording when I had set the sample buffer too low. Saved me a tense moment with my better half, because all of her vocal takes had this problem (which was my fault) and I didn't have to ask her to spend another hour or so redoing those takes.

i could see where dropped samples could repaired with vox, which is less pitch/tempo variable than some other music sources (or more complex music sources with multiple vox, instruments and percussion). lil drops are prob invisible once the 'cliffs' in waveform are removed
I don't know that they were exactly dropped samples, but short bursts of full-spectrum distortion.  Either way, DeCrackle smoothed almost every one over until they were inaudible.
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