[78-L] Nero 15 dehum - any help appreciated
gmail - i.collect.records
i.collect.records at gmail.com.invalid
Tue Jun 5 08:08:13 PDT 2018
Another thought is that the hum may not be exactly 50 or 60 cycles,
especially coming from a cassette. Does Nero make allow you to tune the
filter to something above or below 50/60? If you are working with a dub,
or a dub of a dub, there may be more than 1 hum source in your recording.
I collect Records of all formats, sizes and vintages.
On 6/4/2018 10:42 PM, Mark Bardenwerper wrote:
> On 6/4/2018 5:14 PM, Rodger J Holtin wrote:
>> So I'm relearning everything with a new computer with new versions of
>> everything, and it's been a fun two weeks, but I'm stumped on this one.
>> I just transferred a cassette for a friend and the 60 cycle hum will drive
>> anybody nuts. I see that Nero 15 has "Dehum" as an enhancement. I used
>> Nero 6 for 10 years and never had to try this feature. I learned the
>> declicker by trial and error - set it to the extremes and back off/modify
>> until I got something decent - and it works pretty well for lots of garden
>> variety noise. Trying that methodology with the dehum in the new version,
>> however, doesn't seem to do anything at all. As usual I must be missing
>> something very basic. I have Audacity on this machine, too, but I don't see
>> any dehum options there.
> Two things: it might not be 60 cycles, might it be 50? In Audacity, you
> might try "remove noise." Take a sample and run it.
More information about the 78-L