Dan & all,
On a Mac using Peak LE, I tried using the crossfade/ linear blend
method via Preferences, Blending, 30 ms. It didn't work. And nor
did a setting using zero crossings. Then I tried randomly chopping
out some bits from a half minute audio track in Peak, lots of clicks
at the cuts.
Then opened this clicky file in Izotope RX and used the Declicker
function, just selected the whole track and applied the declicker and
like magic all the clicks disappeared!
On 04/10/2011, at 12:09 PM, Dan Dugan wrote:
>> You need to autolocate before cutting the file. The pop is
>> probably because the signal is not at the same + or - voltage at
>> the joint and that creats a sudden click.
>> The safest way to join is to cut both sections at the zero
>> crossing point.
> The notion that cutting at the zero crossing of a waveform will
> eliminate pops is a myth that won't die. You'll see it in books and
> DAW manuals and offered as a feature in some DAWs.
> Cutting a waveform at the zero crossing will reduce pops, but
> certainly not eliminate them. Try cutting a short burst of, say,
> 100 Hz sine wave at the zero crossings. You'll hear a pop at each end.
> My standard technique is to make all audio cuts crossfades. It's
> easy in a DAW. 15 ms is usually enough, 30 ms will be smooth. Try it.