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Algorithmix ReNOVAtor Educational Edition

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Academic pricing is available only to proven facilities, educators and students. Please fax or e-mail proof of status to JRR Shop.reNOVAtor™Time-saving, high-resolution audio repair processor ...
Academic pricing is available only to proven facilities, educators and students. Please fax or e-mail proof of status to JRR Shop.


Time-saving, high-resolution audio repair processor freeing problematic live recordings from unwanted tenacious audio disturbances.

Absolutely unbelievable!

reNOVAtor™ helps when all other audio tools and editing tricks fail.
It can eliminate disturbing audio events while perfectly preserving the sound quality of your original material, because every spectral modification is executed in linear-phase domain.

This is a extremely time-saving tool for mastering or post-production engineers struggling with disturbing noises in live recorded music, interviews or film sound.
If squeaky chairs, coughs, performance noises, falling keys or ringing call phones make your recording unacceptable, take reNOVAtor™!

Imagine that during a music festival you recorded a unique live performance in a concert hall or church. After checking the recorded material in your studio before production and mastering you decide the recording was successful in general, except for a few annoying disturbances during some quiet passages: somebody's cough, a squeaky chair, the horn of a passing truck, a bell from the neighboring clock tower. In addition, despite the exceptional artistic interpretation there were a few significant errors: a loud scratch in the part of violin soloist and one too early tone in the brass section.

All this makes your recording unacceptable and, of course, the concert cannot be repeated. As an experienced tonemeister, you know very well that all traditional techniques and tricks fail when you try to remove the disturbances mentioned above. In such a situation any kind of traditional equalization or sophisticated editing methods is usually time consuming and causes discontinuities or at least audible changes in level and timbre of the desired signal and ambience. You will say “no way” and close the project.

That was yesterday. Today, we at Algorithmix® are proud to unveil the reNOVAtor™, our unique solution. In such hopeless situations, reNOVAtor™ successfully rescues problematic live recordings from audio disturbances and unwanted noises. You will be amazed by the high sound quality of the repaired section and how quickly it works.

The reNOVAtor™ PlugIn allows localization, identification and very precise removal of unwanted audio events without affecting the audio material you want to keep. The removed sound is replaced by a signal re-synthesized from the surrounding material. The reNOVAtor™ does not make deep gaps in your sound track when eradicating a disturbing sound event. Rather, it’s an exactly tailored hole in the spectral representation of the processed signal that can be removed and replaced. The interpolation may even be restricted to certain gain ranges within the selected area, which is very useful if only a certain part of the signal needs to be treated (e.g. one specific harmonic). The reNOVAtor™ window is fully resizable for increased accuracy and optimal compatibility with all screen resolutions.

Working with the reNOVAtor™ is easy and intuitive. The reNOVAtor™ loads the requested part of audio material you've chosen and analyzes it. The result is displayed as a 3D spectrogram with time on the horizontal axis, frequency on the vertical axis and amplitude of the spectral components color-coded. The color assignment follows the order of the rainbow: red and yellow for low energy; green and blue for middle energy; and finally purple and white for high energy. After getting some experience, this 3D spectrogram representation allows a good feeling for localization and identification of sudden unwanted acoustical events. The spectral area of interest can be precisely marked with a resizable rectangular window. A Play button allows you to hear different parts of the processed signal.