Advanced features for spectral cleaning
This setting allows you to change the spectrum's view to a logarithmic display. It makes sense to use this option when working in low frequency ranges. This results in the low frequencies being triggered higher up whilst still displaying the entire frequency spectrum. You can adjust the influence of the logarithmic display exactly to the users' needs using the logarithmic display.
You can remove individual noises, e.g. 50 Hz buzzing, as well as harmonic overtones from a spectrum using this function. To do this an individual sound is selected in the editing window with the smallest possible edge. Once the calculation is activated for harmonics, the corresponding harmonics will be automatically provided with an editing rectangle in the editing window above the selected root. Changing the root always effects a change in the harmonics. Specify in the settings dialog whether or not harmonics should be observed when making calculations, and if so, which ones in particular.
Threshold value editing
With this setting you can limit interpolation to certain amplitudes in the spectrum. This means certain notes can be removed from the spectrum, without influencing background noises. This range determines the volume window in which the set threshold can be interpolated. Quieter or louder signal components outside the area will not be affected.
Automatic click marker recognition
Use the "Click marker" buttons in spectral cleaning interface, to highlight special points, quickly jump between or delete markers in the spectrogram. You can set and delete click markers. Created click markers are marked with a "C" in the editing window's marker bar. The "Search clicks" button allows you to search the entire project for clicks and have them marked automatically so you can edit them in a group. You can set the sensitivity of the search using the corresponding knob.