On 21/05/12 23:57, Ricardus Vincente wrote:
On Mon, 2012-05-21 at 21:48 +0000, Fons Adriaensen wrote:
>> The lack of quality noise-reduction software for linux has been on my >> mind quite a bit lately.
> As in many cases, it's going to be the skills of the user rather > than the tools that are going to determine success or failure.
real NR software
There is no such thing. As I was trying to explain (and I think if I interpret correctly, Fons's point was also on the same lines) it would make more sense to speak of *noise reduction strategies*. Think of it likerestoration of an old (ancient) 'something': is it a 1600s painting where you would like to have colours as similar as possible as the painter made it? Is it a sculpture which lost an arm which you want to reconstruct? Is it simply an old dampened document you need to read the rare historical content from, where the
aesthetics of the paper and ink aren't so much relevant? Once you have these aspects clear you can try experimenting with different strategies. Only then, after much experimentation, you can come back to the list and say: "my research outcomes seem to prove that noise-gate plugins on linux perform worst than noise gate plugins on XXX", and start a real, entertaining flame about it :) Lorenzo. _______________________________________________ Linux-audio-user mailing list Linux-audio-user@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx http://lists.linuxaudio.org/listinfo/linux-audio-user
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