• Deryvau
    Posts: 8
    Joined: Jul 28th, 2006
    The Art Of De-Clicking
    Hi gang I often run in situations whrere I need to de-click my audio files , due to the fact that I do a lot of random sample mashing ect.. often resulting in loud clicks I have been using the pencil tool in order of getting rid of them (while this method works out) It is very tedious especially on long files (I am talking 2-3hours work on some files) I have been googling this topic up and see a few software with this in mind but they seem to be more on the humm/DC reduction , Vinyl restoration end . Any ideas in helping me out , for some fast declicking within Logic kindest regards and thanks again !!!
  • Xidehoy
    Posts: 172
    Joined: Aug 16th, 2007
    Re: The Art Of De-Clicking
    I'm just transitioning to Logic from Sonar. Using Sonar, I ran into similar issues trying to get clean up ancient jazz samples so I could include bits and pieces in my recordings. The only [efficient] success I ever had was using a plugin and even then it wasn't totally automatic. Some files still needed hand crafting. I don't own one for Logic, but there are a few out there : Shaun
  • Martin
    Posts: 476
    Joined: Aug 24th, 2004
    Re: The Art Of De-Clicking
    The pencil tool might be your only friend here unless you want to spend some cash. Or, you could also try puting a VERY small crossfade over the transition between regions in your mashups. Waves produce a plugin called "X-Click" that also works a treat for these situations, but it's a few $$$ to say the least. You can, however, buy their plugins a'la carte, so you could pick up just the x-click, if that's all you require. [url][/url]
  • mark
    Posts: 2
    Joined: Sep 20th, 2007
    Re: The Art Of De-Clicking
    Have you tried using the fade option in the top left of logic screen - fade in/out. thats what i use to fade out clicks on sampled kicks???
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