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SonicStudio NoNOISE II Price list

DANISH VERSION

Updated October 15th 2013

 

Audiorestoration with Sonic Solutions NoNOISE can be done at hour rate, Dkr. 600,- ex. VAT.

VAT for private EU citizens is 25%.
VAT for non-Danish companies is 0%.
Non-Danish EU companies need to inform about VAT registration number.
One EURO is close to 7,40 Danish kr. (Dkr.).

Minimum price, DKK. 2,000.- + VAT (close to 270 EURO).

I can do a fixed offer building on an estimate of around one minute representative material of the job.

No jobs are equal, but I've tried to do three types of price groups. For better understanding these prices, and which price group is relevant, here is a summary of the tools in SonicStudio NoNOISE II.

NoNOISE Tools

Audio artifacts come in many types, and every restoration job is unique. NoNOISE consists of a group of linked tools for analysis and processing. In using NoNOISE, you will apply your listening skills and knowledge to determine how the individual tools may be applied to achieve the desired results.

FFT Analysis

The Frequency Analysis (Fourier transform, or FFT) is a primary tool of analysis for NoNOISE projects. The Fourier transform converts time domain information into the frequency domain where it can be used to pinpoint the center frequency of a hum component or to examine noise and signal bandwidth.

Manual Declicking

In Manual declicking, you identify audio clicks and glitches by listening, then locating them precisely using the Sonic System's graphic waveform display. Once a click or glitch is identified and marked, you can use any one of several interpolation algorithms to resynthesize and replace damaged audio with a seamless reconstruction of the original program. Manual declicking is most useful when source material contains a relatively small number of prominent clicks or glitches.

Complex Filtering

You can attack discretely pitched and steady-state noises such as hum and buzz using filtering techniques. Complex filtering applies up to 512 high-precision digital filters to surgically remove the fundamental and all harmonics of a contaminating noise.

Complex filtering can be used to clean up production dialog, live concert recordings, telephone conversations and other situations with complex pitched or band-localized noise components.

Production Declicking

Analog disc records contain far too many scratches and clicks to identify and correct by hand. Production Declicking automates the process, correcting hundreds or even thousands of clicks in a single pass. Declicking is a two-stage process. First, use the Click Detect tool to identify the locations of clicks and scratches, with variable parameters that determine how the system will distinguish clicks and scratches from program audio. This process produces a Click List that is used for actual click removal.

Once the Click List is prepared, a declick pass is performed to correct the marked areas. As in the detect pass, you specify the parameters that determine how the system replaces detected clicks with new audio.

Decrackling

In many cases impulsive noises are so dense that they are no longer heard as individual clicks. These high-density impulses are perceived as surface scratch, or crackle. The Decrackling tool removes this high density impulse noise.

Decrackling runs as a single-stage (no detect pass) background process that produces a new sound file, leaving the original file untouched. As with other NoNOISE processes, the operator controls the degree and quality of decrackling applied.

The Decrackler can also be used to correct many types of peak distortion. By specifying an Amplitude Weighting factor, you can direct the decrackle process to concentrate waveform reconstruction on signal peaks, using undistorted sections between peaks to provide the spectral information required for reconstruction.

Broadband Denoising

Denoising begins with analysis of the background noise to produce a Noise Estimate indicating noise level versus frequency. This estimate is used to set up the denoiser, specifying a threshold for downward expansion in each of over 2,000 individual frequency bins. The Denoiser then analyzes the source audio and reduces gain only at those frequencies where the signal level falls below a designated threshold between signal and noise floor in that band.

I can deliver as CD Premaster, as well as DDP masters ready for glassmastering with all necessary PQ, UPC/EAN and ISRC coding.

I use the best equipment for transferring to SonicStudio soundBldHD Hard disk recording system with 24 bit AD converters.

For further information about transferring, please go to my pages

Transferring of 78 RPM and LP´s

78 RPM and RIAA Preamp

Equipment List and Pro-audio links

Control room listening is on international studio standard "Genelec 1031A with Genelec 7070A sub."

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