I've been assigned a task this morning that possibly some of you have been there and done.
My coworker received a recording of trumpets, sax, trombones, etc., big band stuff, which was tracked at a studio which had a digital mixboard. They recorded at 96K via a 48K digital board.
I don't know how it happened, but the resultant tracks have all sorts of little digital clicks (exactly the clicks you hear when your word clock or clocking device is not synced).
It's for a time sensitive project and he told me there is no way to get them to re-record (this was the first thing I told him after he told me this bad news).
Anyway, have any of you received tracks like this that had this exact problem? And what did you find was most effective in handling it?
Right now I'm just going through each track and penciling each click out - which is fine, but it's going to take up my time a bit and if I can get it done faster, that would be best for everyone involved, including the client's wallet. This is after trying Izotope, X-Crackle, X-Click and the Sonnox restore plug-ins to no avail.