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Voxengo Redunoise

 
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The latest VST plugin Voxengo brings you is Redunoise.  Redunoise is a high resolution audio noise reduction system plug-in.  It delivers an unprecedented quality and offers the most comprehensive control.

Potentially, every person dealing with audio recordings works with noisy program material on several occasions.  These situations tend to get painful since existing broadband noise reduction processes can be very complicated, because from the outset, results with them are not always pleasant.  In a search for a better solution, we have developed our successful Redunoise.

Broadband noise is basically a very simple entity.  For example, in audio editors, it is called `white noise', which you can generate for the given duration.  Cassette and vinyl recordings have plenty of it.  Sometimes recording to the line input of an audiocard also leaves a great deal of broadband noise, especially after normalizing.  With such noisy audio sources, the natural desire is to reduce this broadband noise content while preserving all the necessary musical components, which is the most important part of the noise reduction process.

Redunoise uses advanced analysis and filtering approaches, offering an unprecedented audio analysis resolution and musically-sounding noise reduction filtering.  Chances are you will like what Redunoise has to offer in the field of broadband noise reduction.

We must say, however, that Redunoise achieves its performance using a great deal of CPU resources.  You should use at least a 1.3 GHz non-budget processor along with a relatively high audiocard latency.  The second drawback we must stress is latency.  Redunoise gives nearly 33,000 samples of latency.  To lessen the unfortunate side of such huge latency, we have implemented analysis display time correction so that the actual audio playback is synced with the picture you see on the display.