[PD] Click Removal & Noise suppression
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Wed Mar 1 09:12:52 CET 2017
I'm not sure an abstraction is mandatory.
a fft threshold is used as well in audacity for noise removal
so the fft I.03.resynthesis example should be a good starting point.
I don't really understand how they do click suppression though
Le 28/02/2017 à 13:57, patrice colet a écrit :
> I already use the FFT tutorial patch for noise removal, this is the
> best tool I have for that, but I'm sure those externals would
> contribute a lot
> Le 28/02/2017 à 11:20, Nicolas Montgermont a écrit :
>> Hello list,
>> I'd like to implement click removal and noise suppression techniques for
>> a specific signal I have that is full of:
>> - loud clicks, but very regular in time and short (2ms)
>> - 50 Hz noise with harmonics. This one has two spectral patterns
>> switching to one or the other during time.
>> For the clicks, I tried median filtering, but it's not working well.
>> I tried to work with audacity on a recorded extract, and I have pretty
>> good results with their click suppression and noise removal algorithms.
>> So I was thinking of implementing them in Pd, but before I do that I was
>> wondering if some of you have already implemented some of these
>> techniques, or of you have any advices?
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