In these two extended video tutorials post-production specialist Paul Maunder takes us through how he resolves 7 typical audio problems like Rumble, Hum, Crackle, Broadband Noise, Clipping, Excessive reverb and finally audio with multiple different issues, using a variety of different plug-ins from the stock plug-ins that come with Pro Tools as well as plug-ins from iZotope, McDSP and Sonnox…
Part 1 - Rumble, Hum, Crackle And Broadband Noise
In part 1 Paul looks at the first four problems - Rumble, Hum, Crackle and Broadband Noise. The timing below are there to enable you to jump to the section of the video you are interested in.
0:42 - Intro and Rumble using the Avid EQ1 1 Band stock plug-in
6:13 - Hum using the McDSP NF575 noise filter
11:15 - Crackle using the Sonnox Oxford DeClicker plug-in
15:00 - Broadband Noise using the iZotope RX 7 Voice De-noise plug-in
In this 2nd video Paul turns his attention to Clipping, Excessive Reverb, and an audio clip with a number of different issues. Again the timing are here so you can jump to the appropriate section of the video.
0:18 - Clipping using the iZotope RX De-clip plug-in
3:04 - Excessive reverb using the iZotope RX De-reverb
5:08 - Audio with multiple different issues using the standalone version of iZotope RX 7 using the RX Connect plug-in to take the audio from Pro Tools into RX and back into Pro Tools at the end.