Izotope denoiser

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okesta
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Izotope denoiser

Post by okesta » Sun Dec 13, 2015 10:59 am

Hi guys,

I'm just curious,

Is there a way working with izotope denoiser as a direct plugin (right click on specific clip) , in a way i will be able to learn the noise pfofile on noise only part of the clip and then use it on the whole clip?

I know about the two other options (insert and the izotope connect ) my problem is - both options wont leave me handles after exporting/rendering.

So in other words i'm looking for a method that leaves me handles after processing.

Thnaks!
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Re: Izotope denoiser

Post by Fredo » Mon Dec 14, 2015 8:37 am

Sample Editor?


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Re: Izotope denoiser

Post by Neil K » Mon Dec 14, 2015 6:01 pm

I find a part of the event with the noise floor to learn and split it. Right-click and use your Denoiser plugin and learn it. Escape out of that, and "undo" the splits. Now select the entire clip and process normally. It's a pain, and I usually wind up custom labeling all my "to denoise" clips and going outside of Nuendo to process in RX. I overwrite the file (it's usually a duplicate). You can always write new files with custom text and replace in your project from the pool. But with dozens of individual clips to process, this becomes cumbersome.
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