[In Arnold Schwarzenegger voice]
Behold … the Desibilator, (attached).
This ‘desibilator’ plugin is Paul Licameli’s ‘DeEsser.NY’ just with different default-settings, different slider-ranges, & has tips added to the UI.
Previously the default frequency-range was not wide enough: it stopped at 8kHz, (now 13kHz).
Previously the “number of bands” slider went up to 1000 , when <5 bands is generally sufficient, and >50 will freeze/crash Audcaity.
So this variant of Paul-L’s de-esser plugin is more likely to give first-time-users what they want, quickly, without crashing Audacity. desibilator.ny (56 KB)
How to use the “Debu Labels (short)” or “Debug Labels (long)” feature?
Is there any label format that is assumed in that functionality?
Is there a way to generate those labels automatically?
Is there any user guide that explains details?
I tried the De-clicker.ny on 2 wavs.
The results are different for a sound of 15 seconds and 1 minutes.
The result is better if the wav sound is short (15 seconds), the wav quality is a little better if the wav is short.
What to change in the script De-clicker.ny ?
because the wav quality become poor if the wav is more than 15 seconds.
This worked great for me the first time I used it! Now I’m having problems. I am very new to audacity/audio editing.
I am getting static-y crackly noises where the clicks have been removed and I have no idea why.
I tried using the de-clicker on compressed audio, and then I tried it on an unedited clip.
I tried messing with the settings (though it worked perfectly with the default).
I tried using it on shorter segments at a time.
I tried reinstalling it.
I tried returning it to default settings.
Any ideas? I am a dehydrated mouth noise queen and I can’t make it stop