Re: iZotope RX8
Sep 26th, 2020, 07:15
iZotope's RX is the audio industry's premier tool for audio repair and specialized processing. The latest version -- RX8 -- adds significant improvements and new processing modules, making this indispensable utility even more powerful. It's a big, complex collection of processing modules and plug-ins, including tools for dealing with frequent audio issues like low-end rumble, intermittent background noises, sibilance, mouth clicks, and more. It can take a while for new users to really get a handle on it, and that's where this course -- RX8 Video Manual -- comes in. RX8 Video Manual covers all the processing modules in detail, providing explanations and examples of what they do and how they work. The course starts off with a tour of the standalone RX8 application, including its user interface and Spectrogram view, as well as video that shows how to load the module plug-in versions within a DAW, and how to transfer audio back and forth between the DAW and standalone RX application using the RX Connect plug-in. This is followed by a deep-dive into the heart of RX with a thorough description and practical demonstration of every module -- processors that address common issues, like De-clip, De-plosive, De-ess, De-click, De-crackle, etc; as well as processors that address more difficult audio repair tasks, like the advanced Spectral Repair module. Examples include cleaning up voice recordings by instantly removing lip smacks, mouth clicks, and breath noises; removing amp hum, finger squeaks and loud pick noises with the new Guitar De-noise Module; and many other demonstrations of all the various RX modules in action. The course also covers RX's general audio utility modules, including EQ Match, Time & Pitch, Loudness, Leveler, Dialog Contour, and the significantly improved Music Rebalance -- which lets you rebalance and isolate [remove & extract] individual elements from a full mix -- as well as RX's Repair Assistant, an AI module which lets you automatically analyze and fix audio with the push of a button. Anyone who wants to get a better understanding of the powerful processing available in RX will want to check out RX8 Video Manual -- it should be a big help in getting the most out of this complex and powerful tool.