HPF plugins

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HPF plugins

Postby tas » Tue Aug 07, 2012 18:34

Just curious to see what people round here are using as their standard Hi-Pass filter on channels.
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Re: HPF plugins

Postby Perfect Record » Thu Aug 09, 2012 17:44

I often keep an EQ on the master buss set to its lowest frequency, then automate sweeping it in to catch a rumble. I wish there was a second or third order filter though.

Since every record seems to need some de-clicking, I do touch up rumble fixes using Izotope RX during the de-click stage.

Ozone might be an OK option. I like having it on the master buss for dither anyway. Ozone has lots of filter options, including a steeper HPF.

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Re: HPF plugins

Postby fl » Thu Aug 09, 2012 18:19

Voxengo's Elephant Limiter has a high pass filter with variable steepness. Voxengo's Curve EQ is a good choice on channels.

Like Preston, I use RX2 to nuke out particularly noisome LF interference.
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