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Dexcon wrote on 10/13/2019, 5:28 AM

VP17 has 2 audio plugins to 'add' reverb, but none AFAIK to 'remove' echo. The only de-reverb plugin I am aware of is one that comes with iZotope's RX Standard or Advanced (now at version 7 though I have version 6). I don't think the de-reverb plug-in comes with RX Elements, but is included in RX Standard unfortunately at the substantial cost of $399 USD (could be less if offered as part of the upcoming Black Friday event).

Others on the forum may be able to provide a clever method of de-reverbing without the need to go to the expense of getting a paid plug-in.

rraud wrote on 10/13/2019, 12:33 PM

RX Elements does not include a 'de-verb' plug-in. RX Advanced has it fo' sure..don't know about RX Standard. The results of using any 'de-verb' app depends how loud the reflections are in relation to the source (assuming it is acoustical). There are a few of of these apps available.. with iZotopes' at the top, but as @Dexcon stated, it is expensive. Plugin Alliance's SPL Deverb is significantly lower cost than the RX suites and offers a "14 day fully functional demo" version if you just need it once. Zynaptiq Unveil is also a contender. I tested these three when I needed on a few years ago on what sounded like a cam mounted mic in a live room for an interview. I purchased the SPL. The RX Adv suite was over-budget and Unveil was overpriced for a single plug-in IMO ... otherwise results were in the same ball park for all. None could eliminate critical distance reflections without significant artifacts, so a compromise was necessary. I have not tried "DeVerberate" and I'm sure there are others I am not aware of, but I would not currently expect any magic tool.

If you can post a sample, I can tell what what to expect.

GerY wrote on 10/13/2019, 1:14 PM

RX Elements bevat geen plug-in ' de-werkwoord' . RX Advanced heeft het zeker ... weet niets van RX Standard. De resultaten van het gebruik van een 'de-werkwoord'-app hangen af ​​van hoe hard de reflecties zijn ten aanzien van de bron (ervan uitgaande dat deze akoestisch is). Er zijn een paar van deze apps beschikbaar .. met iZotopes bovenaan, maar zoals @Dexcon zei, is het duur. SPL Deverb van Plugin Allianceis voordelig goedkoper dan de RX-suites en biedt een "14-daagse volledig functionele demo" -versie als u het maar één keer nodig hebt. Zynaptiq Unveil is ook een mededinger. Ik testte deze drie toen ik een paar jaar geleden nodig had op wat klonk als een op een camera gemonteerde microfoon in een live kamer voor een interview. Ik heb de SPL gekocht. De RX Adv-suite was te budgetvol en Onthullen was te duur voor een enkele IM-plug-in ... anders waren de resultaten voor iedereen hetzelfde. Geen enkele kon kritische afstandsreflecties elimineren zonder belangrijke artefacten, dus een compromis was noodzakelijk. Ik heb "DeVerberate" niet geprobeerd en ik weet zeker dat er anderen zijn die ik niet ken, maar ik zou momenteel geen magisch hulpmiddel verwachten.

Als u een voorbeeld kunt posten, kan ik u vertellen wat ik kan verwachten.

I have downloaded a trial version of SPL but do not see it as a plug-in in Vegas. It is apparently not an independent program but with which program does he open it?

rraud wrote on 10/13/2019, 5:10 PM

Assuming you installed the VST-2 version, it should open in Vegas as a VST effect.. however.. the <SPL De-Verb.dll> VST file is likely in the Plugin Alliance folder (in Program files or Program files (x86)) so Vegas is not 'seeing' it, In "Options> Preferences> VST Effects", add the Plugin Alliance folder (where the <De-Verb.dll> file resides) as a Vegas 'Alternate VST search folder'.. or, I recall just copying the <SPL De-Verb.dll> file to my main Steinberg> VST folder.

GerY wrote on 10/13/2019, 11:20 PM

Thanks rraud i have don it. With:  "Options> Preferences> VST Effects", add the Plugin Alliance folder (where the <De-Verb.dll> file resides) as a Vegas 'Alternate VST search folder' I will test it and let you now

GerY wrote on 10/14/2019, 7:47 AM

 

Assuming you installed the VST-2 version, it should open in Vegas as a VST effect.. however.. the <SPL De-Verb.dll> VST file is likely in the Plugin Alliance folder (in Program files or Program files (x86)) so Vegas is not 'seeing' it, In "Options> Preferences> VST Effects", add the Plugin Alliance folder (where the <De-Verb.dll> file resides) as a Vegas 'Alternate VST search folder'.. or, I recall just copying the <SPL De-Verb.dll> file to my main Steinberg> VST folder.

SPL has done its job not all echoes are gone but I am satisfied with it. Thanks again for the tip

rraud wrote on 10/14/2019, 4:27 PM

I would not expect to eliminate the reflections 'completely' but it works to a degree. Glad you got it working and are satisfied with the results. Cheers