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Name/Version: Noise Cut 1.1
Author: opticon93  
Description: Hi, This thing cuts out some of the noise that you can hear from some synths and other sources. It uses imaginary math.

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Downloads: 233
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Live Version Used: 10.0.3
Max Version Used: 8
Date Added: Aug 25 2018 18:28:17
Date Last Updated: Sep 30 2018 23:43:30
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Device Type: audio_device
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Device File: Noise Cut.amxd
 


Comments

So it's a gate?

Well, it would be more accurate to call it a spectral gate. A regular gate cuts out everything below a set threshold.

Technically, this takes the Fourier transform of the input signal which splits it up into 1,024 frequency bins. Those frequency bins that are smaller than the threshold are zeroed out and the result is then resynthesized using the inverse Fourier transform.

So, only the frequencies that are below the threshold are removed, instead of everything.

Also, with a regular gate, when the signal is above the threshold everything gets passed through, including the noise. With this, the noise is removed even when you are playing your synth.

Thanks for the device and your reply.

I understand, a spectral gate. Like a Denoiser which takes a (selected) area as noiseprint and then removes that from the signal.

Is it possible to reduce the tjirping left in the signal? Maybe with a higher amount of bins?

Hi Zeep, You can definitely change the number of frequency bins. Currently, there are 1024 of them, but you can change it to any power of 2. The next highest would be 2048.

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