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CassidyGT 01-02-2012 07:39 PM

DINR LE in Audio Suite but not in plug in list
 
DINR is showing up in the audio suite list, but it does not show up when I try to insert on a track. I have reinstalled a couple of times. Any ideas?

Top Jimmy 01-02-2012 07:42 PM

Re: DINR LE in Audio Suite but not in plug in list
 
DINR LE is an Audiosuite only plugin. There is no RTAS version. The only version of DINR that can run as an insert plugin is DINR TDM.

CassidyGT 01-02-2012 07:44 PM

Re: DINR LE in Audio Suite but not in plug in list
 
SO no way to use it in Pro Tools Native?

Top Jimmy 01-02-2012 07:59 PM

Re: DINR LE in Audio Suite but not in plug in list
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by CassidyGT (Post 1884793)
SO no way to use it in Pro Tools Native?

Not TDM, but you can certainly use LE. You just have to be satisfied in using it in a non real-time fashion.

CassidyGT 01-02-2012 08:01 PM

Re: DINR LE in Audio Suite but not in plug in list
 
hmm - OK. Not sure how to do that. Do you know if there is a user manual somewhere?

Thanks!

Top Jimmy 01-02-2012 08:24 PM

Re: DINR LE in Audio Suite but not in plug in list
 
The should be a plugins guide installed in your Pro Tools documentation folder. DINR is also referred to as BNR. You highlight a section of just the noise in your track and click the learn button in the plugin to create a noise profile. Then you use the fit or super fit functions to create a noise reduction contour. I found that the super fit function always seemed to work better than the fit function and I always jacked the whole contour line up a few dB.

Be forewarned, DINR is a dinosaur and does not fare well when compared to something like RX. I haven't used it in a while but I did for a few years when doing a lot of commercial spots. DINR works most transparently when you're only trying to reduce a slight noise floor. Anything more than that and you quickly start getting into artifacting. It often takes quite a bit if experimenting before you'll manage to stumble upon the best that DINR can give you. Play with the response, release and smoothing to find what works best with your current material.


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