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Re: Anyone Seen / got / used Spectral Layers yet

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Bill DavisRe: Anyone Seen / got / used Spectral Layers yet
by on Aug 4, 2012 at 3:33:59 am

I'm sure this is quite a fine tool, with a lot of capabilities.

But the demonstration files left me a bit cold.

Hum in one part of the frequency spectrum removed from content in another isn't a particularly challenging deal - tho I admit this did it very well.

Show me a tool that can help clean up something like poor mic technique where some idiot used an on-camera mic to record a person in a talking crowd and my jaw will drop. Or mathematically removing reflections (lower amplitude time delayed versions of the same precise content) - I'd think those would be the holy grail of forensic audio repair.

Not just filtering out audio gunk that's significantly different from what you want to keep.

But maybe I'm just not sophisticated enough to understand why what they did here was worth the big demo.

Seems more marketing than groundbreaking. But I could certainly be wrong.

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