eliminating an amp rattle from a guitar track

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TheForgotten
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Post by TheForgotten » Tue Nov 13, 2007 10:29 am

darjama wrote:How constant a rattle is it? You could try using the ReaFIR plugin from reaper to take a noise profile, then expand the areas outside the profile.

The free VST plugin is available separate from reaper here:
http://reaper.fm/files/reaplugs.zip

I did a quick walk-thru of how to try this here:
http://www.cockos.com/forum/showpost.ph ... stcount=24

On the preventative tip, brad's list is a good one. Often when I've encountered raffle it's the way the screen is being held on the amp. Another area to check, and an easy fix.
Definitely try this.

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Post by yoink » Wed Nov 14, 2007 11:04 pm

Izotope's new RX app works well with spectral editing tasks too and it was designed to specifically work on such things. It has a 30 day trial as well.

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