BRUSFRI 1.2

FLOOR the noise
Delieverables
UX/UI Design

Problem
Unwanted noise finds its way - Few people have perfect conditions to record in. Your recording can be affected by noise from laptop fans, camera whines, air conditioning etc. But even those with superior/top-tier studios can come across noisy amps, tape whistle, hiss, buzz and hum.

Credits
Product designer
Artan Mansouri
Development
Klevgränd

Advanced audio noise reducer with a simple and straight-forward interface designed for audio plugin company Klevgränd.

Solution
Brusfri is a highly advanced audio noise reducer, packed into a simple and straight-forward interface. It is very well suited for cleaning up noisy audio recordings, while retaining sound quality. Unlike many other noise reducers on the market, Brusfri doesn’t mess with audio phasing to suppress noise (a technique that often comes with audible side effects). Instead, multiple fine-tuned gates are used to silence unwanted noise.

Anatomy

1. Attack-Threshold-Release- These parameters controls all the internal expanders relatively.

2. Learn button - Brusfri needs some noise to be analysed. Most of the time, this is the only thing that's needed. Push and hold to feed audio data and create a noise profile.

3. Tonality - Most of the time, Brusfri does a good job in creating a noise profile that works as expected, but in some cases (especially when there's heavy noise involved) one needs to tweak a bit.