Listen as Spectral Recover turns grainy, compressed audio recorded from a video call into a clear, intelligible recording by generating high-end frequencies that were removed in the streaming process.
Fret squeaks and string slides are key components of keeping a “human” element to your guitar recordings, but they can often become distracting through compression and limiting in the mixing process. In this example, Guitar De-noise attenuates—without completely removing—the fret squeaks for a clearer performance, without compromising its authenticity.
Buzz or hiss from guitar amplifiers is another common issue plaguing guitar recordings. Listen as Guitar De-noise makes quick work of this distracting amp noise, yielding a much more articulate recording.
Pick or pluck sounds can be distracting if they’re too transient-forward. Listen as Guitar De-noise’s Pick module removes the plastic-sounding pick strikes, leaving behind a smooth performance.
This example shows the improved source separation technology in Music Rebalance. Notice how Music Rebalance elegantly isolated the vocals from this busy ballad.
In the age of streamed music, it’s easy to forget that physical recordings like tap and vinyl often warp and degrade over time. This produces persistent pitch fluctuations that can obscure the recording. With the new Wow & Flutter module, however, RX 8 can restore these damaged, pitchy recordings to their original glory.
The De-hum module has been beefed up with improved hum suppression algorithms. With the ability to target specific low-end harmonics, De-hum can remove distracting bass frequencies more precisely than ever.
In this example, Dialogue De-reverb is used to remove unwanted reverb from dialogue recorded in a reflective space.
In this example, Dialogue Isolate is used to attenuate the distracting, complex background noise in an interview.
In this example, De-rustle is used to remove cloth rustle from dialogue recorded with a lav mic.