Re: A typical case result when using the restoration processor 2017-11-29 03:08:42 Quote from: jsdyson on 2017-11-28 21:31:22Here is one more -- probably more typical song -- Mais que nada? You can hear the NR there, but of course the transient processing is pretty good also.Wanted to make sure that there isn't too much loss of interest because of the waterall style of development (and the ongoing learning exercise on my part. I have done audio signal processors for many years, but this is the most out-of-the-box that I have done. This current one that did this processing example is doing a vast NONLINEAR calculation to rebuild transients (and as a side effect -- helps witih NR.) This is not the typical detector->filter->gaincontrol type design, even though it does have those aspects. I intend to release this when it settles down, but fortunately/unfortunately, every week or so I find a new change/minor redesign that makes a major improvement. I am working for us all on this. (Sorry for the lack of fade on the example -- I screwed up when making it... There is another example on the main topic that takes a song distorted with a lot of live-style 1960s recording technique and made a -- perhaps 30-50% improvement... This is more substantial, perhaps a little too aggressive, but shows the ability to do extreme processing when needed.