Waves X-Noise

Waves X-Noise

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X-Noise, Logiciel de restauration audio de la marque Waves.

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Fiche technique Waves X-Noise

  • Fabricant : Waves
  • Modèle : X-Noise
  • Catégorie : Logiciels de restauration audio
  • Fiche créée le : 29/09/2004

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Avis utilisateurs Waves X-Noise

Note moyenne :4.3( 4.3/5 sur 3 avis )
 1 avis33 %
 2 avis67 %
Rapport qualité/prix :

L'avis de Reno-Theplankton"Excellent !"

Waves X-Noise
Installation classique, RAS.
Aucunes incompatibilités trouvées (Win 46Bits)


Config : Intel i5 3750; 8Go RAM; SSD .
Tres stable.


Je l'utilise depuis un ans environ.
Ce que j'aime le plus :

Sa marche, sa marche même trés bien . Je fais beaucoup de sampling, notamment de jazz et de blues, et je sample souvent de vieux enregistrements . Grave a ce plug, j'arrive a leur redonner un nouvelle jeunesse pour les intégrer dans mes mixs . C'est vraiment easy, déjà sans réglage, à l'insertion du plug, on sent une énorme différence. Apres quels réglages plus précis, c'est le jour et la nuit. Je l'utilise sur pleins de choses finalement. On peut par exemple rendre une grosse disto "plus propre", même si a priori ce n'est pas but, on garde la densité de la disto, mais on enlève beaucoup d'agressivité, sa peut être intéressant sur certains pojets.
Pour ceux qui enregistrent leurs guitares chez eux, dans un environnement par forcément prfait, ou avec des préamps de qualité trop basse, sa peut être un vrai remède, même si sa reste un pis-aller a du bon meteriel de record.

Ce que j'ime le moins ?

Euh.... peut être le design années 90, mais on s'en tape :) .

Le rapport qualité / prix : C'est cher, c'est vraiment cher, mais on sauve des vies avec ce truc, alors ...

Avec l'expérience, referiez vous ce choix ?

Je ne sais pas, vraiment, j'aimerais bien essayer le RX7 d'Ozone, mais sinon, je le garderais oui !

Petite parenthèse : Pour les sound designers, ce plug peut être trés marrant : on a un mode "différence", ou on écoute uniquement ce que le plug a enlevé a notre son. Sur certains sons, en laissant le mode différence activé, on fais des trouvailles excellentes !
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L'avis de moosers (contenu en anglais)

Waves X-Noise
The Waves Ltd. X-Noise was quite easy to install and was a process that was error and pain free.  I had the plug-in working within a few minutes and haven't had any problems with it since.  I didn't have any compatibility issues or other problems at all and the interface was pretty easy to figure out.  The interface has parameters for release and reduction as well as attack and release in the dynamics section and a high shelf that has parameters for gain and frequency.  It also has resolution options and a variety of metering and graphs.  Everything is easy to follow and is laid out smartly.  The typical functions are easy to find and a manual isn't needed to learn the plug.


While I generally only use the Waves Ltd. X-Noise one at a time, I've never had any problems running it.  I currently have it running on a Mac Book Pro that has a 2.2 Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo processor and 4 GB of RAM.  I use the plug-in in Pro Tools LE 7.4 that runs with a Digi 002R audio interface and have also used it on a Pro Tools HD system.  No matter which system I am using, I've never had any problems whatsoever running this and I can't imagine a situation where you would even need to run more than one of these at once anyway...


All in all, I think that the Waves Ltd. X-Noise really does a great job of eliminating noise without killing the rest of your signal.  While I try to avoid too much noise from the get go, sometimes it can be avoided and this plug-in does me a big favor when it eliminates noise for me.  It is great for use for traditional recording and during mixing but is also great for cleaning up older recordings or even vinyl transfers.  The plug-in isn't as cheap as you would like it to be, but I've really come to expect that from Waves plug-ins.  If you are looking for a great plug-in for cleaning up noise during mixing or otherwise, I don't think that you can get too much better than the Waves Ltd. X-Noise.
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L'avis de Hatsubai (contenu en anglais)"Solid noise reduction software"

Waves X-Noise
Have you ever recorded a guitar next to a computer? For anybody who has, I'm sure you'll have noticed the annoying hum that can occur. This is due to the magnets of the pickups picking up various frequencies that electronic gear tends to give off and amplifying them. It can be a real pain to deal with as you'll need to face the guitar away from any electronic gear when recording. That can be real impractical if you're doing everything yourself as you'll be looking away from the monitor and keyboard. Thankfully, Waves has a nice plugin that can help remove some of that hum and hiss that occurs when recording near electronic devices. It's packed full of features and has adjustments such as threshold, reduction, dynamics, attack, release, high shelf, gain, noise profile learning, and tons more. To use this, simply enable it on whatever buss you need the noise removed from. I've never read the manual, but this is easy enough to use without ever having read the manual.


Waves plugins have always been some of the most stable plugins I've experienced. They're cross platform compatible, so they'll work with both PCs and Macs. As a Mac user, that's a huge advantage for someone like me. They run in 32 bit mode, but Logic uses a wrapper-like application that runs so you don't interfere with your 64 bit interface. I've tried this on various different buses, and it seems to work on anything with ease. It even works nicely on MIDI, which I found a bit surprising. There are no performance issues at all, and that's a huge plus when working in a DAW filled with all kinds of synths and tracks running tons of plugins. These plugins came with my Mercury package, and I've had that for a few months now.


This has saved me quite a few times before. I mostly record guitar when I'm doing recording, and I'm pretty close to the monitor. As a result, I usually get some hum that occurs. I can either deal with it or turn around while recording. Either method works, but neither are ideal. This plugin helped remove some of that annoying hum that occurs while recording guitar near a monitor. If you deal with recording guitars, I highly recommend you check this out.

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