From: Jeff Welty <welty@ha...> - 2004-04-09 03:05:51
Very mysterious. I reproduced the problem with gwc2 (0.20-02), but
only a small portion of the other channel was amplified.
Thanks for the bug report, I will investigate further...
Thanks for the Mandrake package, I'm cc'ing the gwc mail list so
others will know too.
David Black wrote:
> Hello, we spoke a few days ago about the GWC icon. I've since
> incorporated your icon and made a Mandrake package available on
> MandrakeClub. (I am pretty sure those packages are available to the
> Anyway, it's taken me a few days to get a work flow going with GWC,
> but am now happily cleaning up some valued vinyl recordings.
> Why I'm emailing, is I seem to have discovered a minor bug in
> 0.19-10. If I do denoise in one channel, the other (non denoised)
> channel gets amplified by some amount - looks like maybe 3 dB or so.
> If I select a portion of one channel then denoise, the corresponding
> area in the other channel is amplified. My denoise settings are: fft
> 8192, reduction 0.8, smoothness 11, noise samples 16, gamma 0.9. The
> methods are Hanning-overlap-add windowing and Ephraim-Malah suppression.
> This isn't a problem for me per se, because I'm denoising only one
> channel to use just that channel from a mono recording.
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