Perfect Declipper Vst Plugin

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A useful Winamp plugin that is capable of restoring clipped areas from audio files, thus alleviating the sound distortion caused by while recording

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What's new in SA Perfect Declipper 3.01:

  • Synchronized code to the latest Stereo Tool framework.
  • License keys didn't work in BreakAway One in service mode in older versions.
Read the full changelog

SA Perfect Declipper is a sound enhancing Winamp plugin that enables you to improve the quality of your songs and remove the audio distortions that occurred during recording. It is capable of retrieving certain natural dynamics and restoring clipped areas from an audio stream.

Correcting faulty recordings

Many songs are recorded at increased volume levels, which causes audio quality loss, reduction of dynamics and audio clipping. In other words, the loudest spikes or the bass smoothness in a song are removed, thus distorting the clarity and quality of the sound.

SA Perfect Declipper is capable of detecting the clipped areas in a song and restore the missing parts, based on the sound patterns. Also, it can identify the correct number of decibels an audio frame should feature and automatically performs the modification.

You can adjust the intensity of the sound tweaking, by selecting the level of tilt detection, when opening a file, the restoring precision, as well as veil elasticity. You can also set up the automatic detection rates, such as the limits of probable clipping.

Dynamics and restoration

The application features several algorithms designed to retrieve audio attributes, including scanning the left and right sound channels separately. This way, SA Perfect Declipper has a better chance of detecting irregularities.

Additionally, the software can retrieve or enhance natural dynamics, such as band coupling, flat frequency, custom boost, punch filter, sound smoothing or channel separation. The application can detect several different frequencies and adjust sound parameters in a particular way for each of them. You may select the sound adjustment and monitor each frequency individually.

Conclusion

SA Perfect Declipper is a comprehensive plugin, capable of detecting clipped audio area in songs and restore them to the quality they had when first recorded. It is a useful tool for those who wish to enhance the sound experience, restore spike levels, peak intensities, bass smoothness as well as retrieve audio natural dynamics.

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Perfect Declipper Vst Plugins

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PostPosted: Thu May 07, 2015 1:17 am

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Hi All,
I have a question regarding the declipper function - if I am using this with FLAC and MP3 files which are played digitally on the same machine as StereoTool is running, do I need to enable 'Analogue Input' mode ?
The reference manual says yes if the audio is resampled:
http://help.stereotool.com/7.60/declipper.shtml
When the guide says 'resampled' does it mean the original audio file itself sampled down from it's original lossless recording or StereoTool resampling between input and output sound sources.
I assume the original audio file.
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PostPosted: Thu May 07, 2015 7:44 pm
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If you for example resample 48 kHz FLAC to 44.1 Stereo Tool, then yes.


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PostPosted: Thu May 07, 2015 9:59 pm

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Post subject:Re: Declipper settings

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So, since as good as all music released in the recent decades will have been downsampled to 44.1 kHz from a higher rate, I should always have the Analogue input option selected?


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 02, 2015 5:53 pm
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Hm, is that the case - and if so, was that done before it was clipped? Then probably yes...


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 02, 2015 11:37 pm

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Hm, is that the case - and if so, was that done before it was clipped? Then probably yes...
Hmm … I think most mastering engineers work in 96 or 48 kHz and then downsample the completed master to 44.1 kHz. That would mean SRC would have occurred after clipping/limiting. So, if I understand your answer correctly, I should not have 'Analog Source' selected?


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 03, 2015 12:13 am

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If the peaks after declipping reaches higher than 0 dBFS, which is very likely, will Stereo Tool clip the signal, even though I use a 64-bit floating point audio engine? I will of course attenuate the signal after the plugin to avoid clipping the master output.
The level indicators in Stereo tool become red if I don't attenuate within the plugin (using the Preamplifier), but if I do, the input and output graphs will have different levels, which makes it hard to see exactly what Declipper does to the signal.


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 03, 2015 2:27 am
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If you use the VST plugin, you can let it output things at > 0 dB, but the behavior in that case is undefined (meaning: it's not allowed in the VST spec, so some clients or hosts might not be able to handle it). But, yes, it should in most (nearly all?) cases work.


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 03, 2019 5:48 am

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Is there any disadvantage to leaving '...analog...' checked all the time? In other words, is the system more likely to miss clipped samples with a pure digital source?

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 24, 2019 11:49 pm
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Is there any disadvantage to leaving '...analog...' checked all the time? In other words, is the system more likely to miss clipped samples with a pure digital source?
It might treat too many samples as 'unreliable', which means it has less data to based the reconstruction on.
In general, for good reconstruction, it's much worse to see a clipped sample as not-clipped (forcing the reconstruction to not change that sample) than the opposite (throwing away a perfectly good sample), but ideally you shouldn't do either.


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