Version update 1.2 for Redunoise PC VST plug-in is now available for download. Redunoise is a high resolution audio noise reduction system which delivers an unprecedented quality and offers the most comprehensive control over the broad-band noise reduction process.
The updated version implements minor bug fixes and offers the user several new features. It is now possible to drag envelope segments, in addition to points. Envelope selection has been simplified: a set of envelope selection buttons is now available right below the control surface of Redunoise.
The most useful new feature of Redunoise is the automatable "Dry Mix" parameter. Using this parameter the user can adjust the mix ratio between the original dry signal and the de-noised version of the same signal. Since this parameter is perfectly automatable it is possible to control its value by means of the automation envelopes available in almost all professional audio host applications. This way it is possible to achieve good overall de-noising performance while having an option to reduce the amount of de-noising happening in the critical areas of the program material.
Another remarkable new feature is the linear-phase filtering mode. Previous versions of Redunoise offered only the minimum-phase filter design (which can be also called as analog-prototype design). The linear-phase mode offers a more neutral noise reduction sound and consumes less CPU power in comparison to the minimum-phase mode.
- High resolution spectrum analysis
- Analog-prototyped filtering
- Linear-phase filtering
- Real-time spectrum display
- Noise learn function
- Residual output monitoring
- Logarithmic/linear scale switch
- Multilevel undo for each parameter
- "A-to-B" comparisons
- Mono-to-Stereo, Stereo-to-Stereo processing
- Support of sample rates up to 96 kHz
- Demo factory presets
- 64-bit internal precision
- Native assembler DSP code
Voxengo Redunoise is available on-line for USD 99. For more information and demo downloads please visit the Voxengo web site: http://www.voxengo.com
Very nice Aleksey ! Now Sonar users (among others with automation) can adjust the amount of noise reduction desired thruout the song without having to try adjusting the NR settings precisely to 'prevent' killing too much audio. NR plugs are notorious for killing good audio too - till now! Now it's very easy to bring in the NR when needed and 'fade it out' when not needed saving more of the good audio.
Cool Edit/Audition users already had this feature since the entire FX rack in the multi-tracker allows for dry/mix automation.
I'm digging Redunoise on my tape transcriptions and can make it pretty invisible for the most part - depending on the program material. Thanks Aleksey !
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