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  • Interesting comparison of FCP vs Resolve 18.1 Voice Isolation by Michael Schmidt

  • Craig Seeman

    November 15, 2022 at 4:23 pm

    Interesting comparison of FCP vs Resolve Voice Isolation by Michael Schmidt

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  • Kyler Boudreau

    November 15, 2022 at 4:31 pm

    I just tried voice isolation in Resolve 18.1 for the first time yesterday. Was really impressed. Had bugs in the background, and it removed them completely without touching the dialog.

  • Ben Balser

    November 15, 2022 at 5:24 pm

    I’ve used this myself in both, and as a sound engineer, I turned my back to the video during the comparisons and couldn’t tell either was different, except for two of the comparisons, but they were both so close it wasn’t worth mentioning. In my experience, both are really, really good, one neither better or worse than the other.

  • Paul Szilard

    November 15, 2022 at 8:48 pm

    I wonder if you could compare both of these to the similar feature in Izotope RX9 or RX10. I would be very interested in the results.

  • Mads Nybo jørgensen

    November 16, 2022 at 10:29 am

    Sounds great.

    Izotope RX elements has been my secret audio plugin for years – I am currently on 8, which is soo good that I have recently been asked to remove it so one could hear the black cab passing by the presenter. Kind of sounds and looks weird when all background noise are gone.

    Will need to go back and revisit the built in tools in FCPX and PPro – all about what one is used to.

    Where these tools really works well is when editing interviews from exhibition floors, like IBC and NAB.

  • John Fishback

    November 18, 2022 at 5:57 pm

    I thought FCP did better on some than Resolve, and vice-versa. I have four audio restoration plugin packages: iZotope RX 10 Advanced, Waves Restoration bundle, Waves Clarity Vx Pro and Acon Digital Restoration Suite 2. The reason I have this many is I’ve found, with certain more complex noise, that they give me choices. And usually, one stands out. I think that Resolve has an edge here since it will be able to use all these plugins in Fairlight while FCP isn’t happy with some of them.

  • Mark Smith

    November 22, 2022 at 7:09 pm

    One possible difference between FCPX voice iso and Resolve Voice iso is that Resolve does not work on 32 bit float files and X does…. I’ve been using Track E recorders for a year or more now and have had to voice iso in a number of situations and X handles those tracks and Resolve did not voice iso a 32 bit track when I tried it yesterday.

  • Paul Szilard

    November 22, 2022 at 7:14 pm

    Hey Mark, – thanks for that feedback. Very useful. Unrelated to voice iso, how do you like the Track E Recorders? Reliability and quality. Cheers,

  • Ben Balser

    November 22, 2022 at 7:24 pm

    V16.2 Release Notes state support for 32 bit float in Fairlight.

  • Mark Smith

    November 23, 2022 at 2:24 am

    I like the Track E’s . I use them with either Sanken COS -11 or countryman B6 mics in 32 bit float recording and they have been great. There is a leap of faith one takes with these because you can’t monitor them as you would a radio mic, but after a year + of field use in some pretty tough situations, I have no complaints. Obviously the limitation of not being able to monitor the subject from a distance is a limiting factor. That said I trust them completely and with some good mic mounting technique – props to bubble bee mic mounts – I have had no situations where I had sound problems using these recorders other than when a subject is gesturing and taps the point where the mic is placed. A radio mic would have suffered the same consequences in that case.

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