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Old 2005-05-24, 04:14 PM
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tricky manual SBE removal

hi, just manually edited out all but one of the SBEs in a show i just got (the taper caused the SBEs so it's on everyone's version). all the others went smoothy but this one has still left a faint line on the spectral and a slight pop after every attempt to remove it. attached a zipped 0.76 second FLAC sample of it with the SBE in the middle of it so if theres any way you can remove it perfectly i'd appreciate it if you let me know thanks
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Old 2005-05-24, 04:53 PM
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Re: tricky manual SBE removal

some info on the lineage would clean some questions. The errors seem to be gaps in between the songs no SBEs (info here).
I removed the silence and also have this line. I would not go further and remove more than necessary. You would lost something. Is a pop audible in this track? The sample is a little too short to hear this. If not i would leave it as it is.
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Old 2005-05-24, 05:16 PM
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Re: tricky manual SBE removal

they are SBEs but because they were put onto CD the gap becomes audio and i merged all the tracks together so i could play over them easier. the noise for this SBE is just a slight clunk as opposed to a tick/pop which after removing becomes about half or less as loud as before
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Old 2005-05-24, 05:22 PM
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Re: tricky manual SBE removal

you can hear it even though its a short sample, i could email a longer one if anyone wants
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Old 2005-05-24, 06:51 PM
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Re: tricky manual SBE removal

Yep there's an SBE there. Attached is a pic of it made with EAC. You should be able to snip out the silence using a wave editor. EAC did it just fine when I tested it out.
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Old 2005-05-24, 06:58 PM
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Re: tricky manual SBE removal

Honestly, I couldn't hear the SBE at all on such a tiny little clip. Perhaps it's noticeable if you hear more of it. I've attached my fix version. Maybe you can tell the difference. Look at it in EAC and you'll see the gap is gone.
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Old 2005-05-24, 07:15 PM
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Re: tricky manual SBE removal

yeah thats the same as i got, it probably sounds like just part of the recording in such a small clip. although maybe it is just part of the recording which the SBE happens to fall on. thanks
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Old 2005-05-24, 07:35 PM
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Re: tricky manual SBE removal

the line on the spectral is more obvious in EAC but now i've managed to get it to this (before : after). this acceptable?
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Old 2005-05-25, 11:09 AM
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Re: tricky manual SBE removal

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Originally Posted by spontabmark
the line on the spectral is more obvious in EAC but now i've managed to get it to this (before : after). this acceptable?
Question is, can you hear it?

I mean, after all we're listening to music, not looking at spectrograms all day
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Old 2005-05-25, 11:49 AM
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Re: tricky manual SBE removal

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Question is, can you hear it?

I mean, after all we're listening to music, not looking at spectrograms all day
there is still a noise there but i don't think that is the SBE anymore, i think its just on the recording and the SBE was there also making a tick over the same noise
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Old 2005-05-25, 01:04 PM
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Re: tricky manual SBE removal

There is a noise because the ends don't match up exactly so you have a click. You need to smooth/restore the joined area.
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Old 2005-05-25, 01:23 PM
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Re: tricky manual SBE removal

ok, so how exactly do i do that in audition?
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Old 2005-05-25, 01:27 PM
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Re: tricky manual SBE removal

Use Steinberg Wavelab. Select a small area, go to process > restore > restore small click (less than 3ms).
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Old 2005-05-25, 01:31 PM
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Re: tricky manual SBE removal

thanks i'll give it a shot
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Old 2005-05-25, 03:35 PM
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Re: tricky manual SBE removal

hmm, i select an area go to process>waveform restorer and chose the right thing and click "apply" and nothing happens
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