True. Nontheless they are the only ones I'm aware of and have used with
Fons Adriaensen wrote:
My interpretation for noise in this case was the plain English one of
"(a) sound, especially when it is not wanted, unpleasant or loud" 
(which is of course disputable) - :)
I am guessing the noise occurring while the music plays may be a result
of some noise gate applied to the source at some stage. Mike may shed
some light on that, maybe making available a section of the material
he'd like to clean...
It occurs to me that I have noticed a similar effect, but the other way
round, in some older films (especially older ones) which were dubbed to
Italian: when no one is speaking there is some background "noise" (e.g.
a street or simply some broadband signal), which dissapears when the
dubbed part comes in as if some kind of ducking was made. The
interesting thing is that the abrupt disappearing and reappearing of the
noise actually makes it more noticeable.
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