iZotope’s RX 6 is here and so is master trainer Joe Albano with an in-depth look at every module included in the RX Advanced collection. Join him in this course, and learn how to repair, enhance, and restore damaged audio you thought was unrecoverable.
iZotope RX is by far the king of audio repairs. It’s really that good! In this advanced Unofficial Video Manual, Joe Albano, leads the way by explaining what each module does best, how they operate and, most importantly, why you need to know them.
Joe starts the course with an in-depth look at the standalone RX 6 application where you learn to navigate and customize its unique spectrogram view and user interface. Joe also explains how you can load the RX modules right from your DAW, and how to transfer audio back and forth using the convenient RX 6 Connect plugin.
Next, Joe dives into the heart of iZotope’s RX 6 by giving a thorough description and practical demonstration of every module. You learn how to de-clip, de-plose, de-ess, de-click, de-crackle audio in every possible way! Want to remove some annoying lip smacks and mouth noise on a voice recording? Check. Need to reduce clothes noise on a lavalier mic recording, or wind noise on an outdoor recording? Check. What about removing background hum, or unwanted ambiance? Check! Using lots of in-action audio examples, Joe explains exactly how to use RX powerful modules to fix all those audio issues... and more. After covering all repair tools, Joe concludes the course by looking at RX 6 utility modules, such as EQ Match, Time & Pitch, Loudness and Leveler to name a few.
So join expert audio engineer Joe Albano in this comprehensive course, and learn everything you need to know about audio restoration with iZotope RX 6!
Informative course on audio restoration. This covers the basics of RX6 and the new features. Perhaps a few more detailed examples on uses could have been implemented, but worth watching the past RX courses in the series.
Luke wrote on May 16, 2017
ANother great RX course from Joe! I recommend checking out RX4 and RX5 tutorials too, where you can find some usefull tips on how to restore some pretty badly distored audio files.