ripblade wrote:Yes, but does it have a spectrogram for viewing clicks in the waveform? Much easier than a 2d line trace.
No. But IMO you don't need that. I used the spectral way too, in the past, but I find my workflow with ClickRepair is infinitely better and faster.
I use it with the DeClick parameter at 5, which makes it very mild in detection. Then I allow it to process automatically for corrections up to 20 samples wide. If the proposed correction exceeds this limit the tool comes back to me to make the final judgment. In most cases I can at that time visually ascertain if the transient is a click or genuine musical signal. Although I have to admit that I only got that sensitivity after having done a couple of albums.
While running ClickRepair continually displays detection statistics and paints corrected areas in the waveform. One can see it easily when the parameters are set for over-correction. It is then just a matter of aborting, lowerin the detection settings, and restarting.
To all, just give it a try. The demo version runs for 10 days or so.
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