Background noise in any recording is the most frustrating thing in existence. I’ve had to do retakes over and over again because we were trying to find just the right placement to cut down on noise. Once I actually learned about solutions for removing room noise, I found the Accusonus Noise Remover.
There are many companies that work with audio restoration. Accusonus is relatively new to the scene having been started in 2013, but that does not mean anything in the quality of their work. Their plugins and products go above and beyond what many expect them to do. I myself have relied on them on multiple occasions and will in the future as well. Over time we will be looking at all of the Accusonus Era Bundle components, both Pro and Standard, as well as the Bundle itself. Each review will be linked to each other for easy comparisons and learning so check back to learn more.
Quicklook at Accusonus Era 5 Bundle
- Room Tone Match
- Reverb Remover
- Voice AutoEQ
- Voice Deepener
- Plosive Remover
- Voice Leveler
How We Reviewed Noise Remover by Accusonus
There are 2 versions of their noise remover available, the standard and the pro version. Of course, the pro version is more detailed and allows for more in-depth tweaking, but the standard version has worked for me countless times. Throughout this article, we will be looking at a comparison of the 2 and show off how great this product from Accusonus truly is.
Standard is Best for: Easy Noise Reduction
The standard version of the Era Noise Remover is perfect for removing noise on podcasts and videos. I have used it countless times on podcasts and even some music recordings. It is super easy to use and you will see why in the features.
Pro is Best for: Detailed Adjustments
Not only do you have all of the capabilities of the standard version of the noise remover, but you also have even more in-depth options and parameters. The interface itself feels better and more interactive with the visual responsiveness of your signal. You will see what special features it has down below.
Frequency Focus – Even though it is the standard version, you have 5 options to focus the frequency on. There is the Flat option, Low Cut/High Pass, High Cut/Low Pass, and 2 mid-range options.
Single Knob – The standard version has very few buttons and knobs to mess with when it comes to parameters. You can simply set the range you are wanting to use the Noise Remover on (nothing wrong with just leaving it on the standard-setting that affects the entire frequency range). After that, simply turn the dial until you are satisfied with the noise removal.
Frequency Focus – You can adjust and focus on up to 6 frequency ranges all at the same time. You can adjust the levels of each range individually with an overall output level control. Luckily, they still keep it simple with the one-knob control for processing.
Buzz Mode – In many recordings you can capture a prominent buzz or hum that just sticks out even more than standard background noise. With that in mind, Accusonus added in the Buzz mode which specifically targets buzzes and hums that permeate through your recording.
Accusonus made their product compatible with as many DAWs and video editors as they possibly could. You can use their products on Pro Tools, Davinci Resolve, Adobe Premiere Pro, Reaper, Adobe Audition, Logic, Audacity, and so many more.
|Format||AU, VST, AAX Native (64-bit)||VST, AAX Native (64-bit)|
|Operating System||10.2 or later||Windows 10 or later|
All Accusonus plugins come to you digitally through their own installer that you can download for free.
Accusonus only offers all of its restoration plugins in bundles. As we have mentioned before there are 2 types of bundles they offer, the Pro Plan, and the Standard Plan. However, they do give you 3 options to purchase them. You can pay for a monthly subscription, prepay for an annual subscription (which saves you money), or purchase the perpetual license.
- Subscription price:
- Total Price:
- Standard – $249.00
- Pro – $799
Use Your Unusable Takes
Removing noise from a recording can save a perfect take. The energy and the vibe could all be there but suddenly an ac unit kicks on somewhere else in the building or someone left a fan on and your take gets ruined. The Era Noise Remover is a great helping hand in recording music, podcasts, interviews, and anything else you need to clean up.
Like we said earlier we will be looking at the entirety of the Accusonus Era 5 Bundle for you and providing a look into what they do. If you would like to find more reviews and comparisons of plugins just click here.