De-Clicking DI Guitars with RX Elements 7 (2021)?
Mar 17th, 2021, 04:44
I tried asking about my questions on a forum from Yahoo!. But nobody was able to answer my concerns. So, I'll copy and paste my message here instead. And please, if you're going to assist me, don't make your answers too complicated. I want to know a few things, that's all. Not a vast history lesson. All right, I own RX Elements 7, the program that can de-click, de-clip, de-noise and de-hum, which I purchased in 2020. I also run the software on Windows 10. My primary concern is, will the audio containing DI guitars be safe if I only used the "de-click" tool with stats showing an "algorithm" that registers as "multi-band (random clicks)", with the "sensitivity" set at 1.0, then "frequency skew" at 1.0 and finally, the "click widening" also set as 1.0? You know, without having to use the "de-noise" option. And the reason why I'm asking about that particular part is that the audio itself that contains the DI guitars aren't noisy at all. And when I say "DI guitars", I'm also referring to "bass" as well. I should mention that I am not a professional engineer. I am, however, a vocalist that hires musicians as needed. And they're the ones who create instrumentals for me. Now, I should also mention that this is for metal music. Let's say that I did de-click the DI guitars only, would that present "artefacts" into the recorded audio, based on the settings I mentioned above? And would it harm the audio as well? Another reason for me asking all of this is because, well, if the guitars are being processed through an amp simulator, how would the resulting sound be in a professionally-mastered track, in which the audio of the DI guitars had been de-clicked beforehand, then would the finalized version of the song, show these changes? Here's a screenshot of what I put together: https://ibb.co/WB567b5 Thanks.Reply