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Hey all.
I just learned about fxfactory/ Crumplepop audio tools. You can check them out here: crumplepop.com. But they all require a Mac. I'm impressed with how they work—But I run a PC rig and edit in Premiere. Is there a windows equivalent?

So, I'm wondering what available tools are there for the best post-production audio cleanup without too much fuss?

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Accusonus makes a similar product. I bought the ERA 4 bundle (standard) when it was on a big discount, but whether it's any better than the tools in DaVinci Resolve is questionable. I haven't really been able to give it a full run so far, though it is easier to use than what's in Resolve.

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Hey, those seem pretty good. The basic bundle looks like all I'd need.
I'm definitely going to keep it in mind if I've got a tough project. At the moment – q2 2020 – I've got not fun money. But now I know for when the time is right!

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1 hour ago, Nezih said:

Another option: https://www.izotope.com/en/products/downloads/rx_elements.html
 

The basic package of one of the most popular professional tools. Kinda pricey, but sometimes it appears on really cheap special offers!

Looks like Elements is on sale. Don't know if it's one of those perma-sale sort of things, but for $27, I'm not going to think twice if it helps with my current documentary series. Thanks for the suggestion!

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6 minutes ago, Isaac7SUN said:

Looks like Elements is on sale. Don't know if it's one of those perma-sale sort of things, but for $27, I'm not going to think twice if it helps with my current documentary series. Thanks for the suggestion!

Oh! Great!

The tools are quite specialist... so take some time to explore the options and understand what they do. Though it might be simpler in v7?

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5 minutes ago, Nezih said:

Oh! Great!

The tools are quite specialist... so take some time to explore the options and understand what they do. Though it might be simpler in v7?

I'm not totally unfamiliar with the landscape. Here's my resistance. Before buying, I'm seeing that there is no direct plugin to premiere. Which seems short-sighted? But, looks like Izotope is at the top of a lot of people's lists. And it apparently gets its secret sauce from machine learning—which I think gets really great and impressive results that an human just usually can't. But I hate that I'll have to add it as one more step before I can export. But, again $27 to take otherwise unusable audio to perfectly acceptable. That's priceless.

Well, I take it back. It's worth $27.

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Does Premiere accept VST plugins? Then it should show, I think.

5 minutes ago, Isaac7SUN said:

Well, I take it back. It's worth $27.

Good!

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4 minutes ago, Isaac7SUN said:

Izotope is vst? Nevermind to my above. Weird that I couldn't see that clearly said on the website. Thanks!

My one is both standalone and a VST / Audio Component.

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