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  • Dry Biscuit
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    Hmmmmm....... Personally I think I prefer the original version - People expect an element of Reverb/echo from a Hall or Church environment. To me, the 'after' version sounds too processed, but that's just my opinion.

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  • dpalomaki
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    Have tried the demo - mainly in Audition CS5.5. There is a noticeable effect that subjectively reduces the reverberation introducing what to me is a somewhat temporally clipped sound. I can see where I might use it on occasion.

    Attached ZIP file contains a short .WAV file sample with a before and after application of De-verb. This was at close to the highest setting (20 dB) with 1 dB of gain added.
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  • dpalomaki
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    Well, I downloaded the De-verb demo, and installed it. I can apply the VST effect to a clip's audio in Edius 5.51 and in the Audition CS5.5 Demo. And I can change the settings for the while applied similar to other efects.

    However, I have not yet had time to properly evaluate its effectiveness for my specific need - reducing reverberation such as you get in a large room where the mic is too far from the person speaking. More to come.

    The demo is good for 14 days and appears to be fully functional. However, documentation is not extensive. (The Audition CS5.5 demo is good for 30 days.)

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  • GrassValley_SL
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    Originally posted by dpalomaki View Post
    I just may end up doing that, but was hoping for some initial feedback to determine whether or not it is worth the effort.

    Would hate to download, install, and test only to find out I will end up trying to removing it, when a response here might tell me the answer.
    Someone who would know the answer would have to do that. :)

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  • dpalomaki
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    I just may end up doing that, but was hoping for some initial feedback to determine whether or not it is worth the effort.

    Would hate to download, install, and test only to find out I will end up trying to removing it, when a response here might tell me the answer.

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  • Dry Biscuit
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    Originally posted by dpalomaki View Post
    Has anyone tried the De-verb plug-in from http://spl.info/index.php?id=463, either with Edius or some other product?.

    Claims to significantly reduce reverberation effects such as may result from distant mic placement. If it work, could be valuasble for wedding and similar work.
    Why not download the trial and give it a go? See if it does what you want it to?

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  • dpalomaki
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    De-verb ?

    Has anyone tried the De-verb plug-in from http://spl.info/index.php?id=463, either with Edius or some other product?.

    Claims to significantly reduce reverberation effects such as may result from distant mic placement. If it work, could be valuasble for wedding and similar work.
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