Filter with Cut/Splice

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Filter with Cut/Splice

Postby renowden » Sat Aug 16, 2008 7:12 am

I don't know if anyone has noticed this before but some filters (I think Hiss and Hum) create an anomaly around Cut/Splice locations.

What I do generally is to de-click first, sometimes requiring small chuncks to be removed with Cut/Splice. At the end of the session I apply filters if required. I noticed on a discerning piece that was very crackly that an audible glitch was created BY THE FILTER at each end of a cut/splice block. The fix was to remove and replace the cut after the filter had been applied.
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Postby Derek » Sun Aug 17, 2008 9:46 am

Yes, thanks for pointing this out. I'll try to fix this in the next release. It will probably involve automating what you are currently doing manually; ie undoing all the cuts and re-applying them.

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Postby bmbguy » Mon Jan 09, 2012 4:42 pm

I see that this is an old question, but I was doing some messing around with filters today with the new 3.7 version (don't ask why...), and found that the high-pass filter I constructed still seemed to have some noticeable glitches around cut/splice areas.

Not a big deal. Fairly easy to get around by saving the corrected WAV file first, then reloading that new file for processing (maybe at correction level 0) and adding the filter.

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Postby Derek » Tue Jan 10, 2012 9:23 am

Yes, I'm sorry about that. I forgot to fix this so it will have to wait until next time.

Sorry again.
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Postby bmbguy » Tue Jan 10, 2012 4:33 pm

I'm not sure it's a real pressing issue Derek. In my opinion, it could be kept pretty darned low on your priority list, especially if it involves a great deal of work to 'fix' it.
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