Took me a while to figure out how it worked, but this particular feature has proven to be a lifesaver for fixing mouth noises/clicks. Before, I was only trying things like Repair, deleting the click/noise or using the pencil tool … all with extremely limited success. But Spectral Edit is amazing!
Just wanted to say that.
Oh, and I’m now at work on my fifth audiobook, and I haven’t forgotten all the great help I got from you guys when I was just starting out and clueless about many things. I’m still clueless about a lot, but not as much as before.
I’ve used the DeClicker - as well as RX’s version. Neither of them take out all of the clicks and if you’re too aggressive with the settings, it sounds horrid. So I do a combo of both. I run RX’s DeClicker and DeCrackle (at low settings), then go back through it and use Spectral Edit to catch the stuff the plugins didn’t get.