RX 2: Complete Audio Repair
You deserve the best quality when you're recording new tracks and restoring old ones and iZotope RX 2 provides the best quality, featuring next generation te... Click To Read More About This Product
RX 2: Complete Audio Repair
You deserve the best quality when you're recording new tracks and restoring old ones and iZotope RX 2 provides the best quality, featuring next generation technology to fix even the most problematic audio. Imagine a tool with the power to repair clipped audio, quickly remove unwanted background noise, eliminate clicks and crackle and even remove intermittent sounds like coughs and string squeaks. Powerful editing tools like the Magic Wand, Brush and Lasso let you visually select and eliminate problem sounds. Dropped drum sticks, air conditioner noise, car horns and cell phones rings are not something you have to live with anymore. The world isnt perfect, but with RX 2 you have the chance to get one step closer.
Whether youre an audio engineer, recording musician, post-production professional, broadcaster, podcaster, forensic specialist, archivist or videographer, you deserve the best and RX 2 delivers. RX integrates easily into your current workflow either in your favorite host as plug-ins or as a powerful standalone application for intensive editing and clean-up. Whether your work is destined for the big screen or your home stereo, RX 2 has all the tools you need.
Confidently repair, restore and enhance your audio with RX 2!
iZotope RX 2 at a glance:
Cutting-edge Processing Algorithms
Leveraging iZotopes extensive research and development expertise, RX 2 features a complete set of the best tools for repairing audio. The Denoiser provides natural noise reduction with unparalleled clarity and control. Using psychoacoustic principles and high frequency resynthesis, the noise suppression takes on a new level of transparency. With methods drawn from the science of image noise reduction and a new hybrid time/frequency Global Smoothing algorithm enhancement, the distracting watery artifacts commonly associated with noise suppressors are inaudible. The Denoiser allows independent control over both the tonal and broadband components of noise, providing ultimate creative control over the color of its output. The end result is cleaner audio in less time.
RX has defined a new, intuitive visual editing paradigm allowing you to use both your eyes and ears to identify sonic problems. The unmatched precision of RXs spectrogram audio display illuminates sounds ranging from subtle distortions, to clicks and pops, to complex interferences like car horns, airplanes, and wrong notes. Once you can see the sound, the Lasso and Brush tools allow you to do freehand selections of the sounds for repair. Going further, the Magic Wand will even automatically identify a sound and its harmonics.
For transparently masking problems or filling in gaps, Spectral Repair is at the heart of the visual editing engine in RX. Once a problem sound has been identified and selected, the Spectral Repair algorithms are able to resynthesize the audio while taking into consideration tonal harmonics, nonlinear pitch changes like vibrato, background noise characteristics, and transient events. With the power of these tools, you can remove unwanted, interfering sounds ranging from dogs barking to string squeaks and missed notes.
RX was designed from the ground up specifically for audio restoration and repair. Careful thought has gone into every display and keyboard option to enable you to work quickly and reliably. The Compare Settings feature lets you audition multiple settings of the same module and then audition the results side by side. A comprehensive history of session edits lets you undo any edit and compare different processing passes to decide which you prefer. If youre working with large numbers of files, the new batch processor streamlines your work even further by letting you chain together selected processing modules and process entire folders at once, all while taking advantage of multicore CPUs to speed up the process.
Declick & Decrackle
The Declick module has been simplified and expanded with the newly added Decrackle module, designed to treat continuous background crackle from vinyl and similar sources. The Declick module can automatically suppress clicks and pops as well as similar digital impulse noises, and in some cases, can even be used to remove the annoying beeps introduced by cell phones during recording.
Save your editing session when quitting and pick up where you left off the next time the app is started. The entire state of the program including your selection is saved. This new feature also works in the event of a computer crash or power outage. Get back up and running immediately.
Precise Delay and Phase Operations
New Channel Operations module features sub-sample delay and arbitrary phase rotation operations. Both features are crucial when restoring audio which was transferred from tape.
And much more
New in RX 2:
Denoiser smoothing and high frequency enhancement for clean, transparent noise suppression
Freehand Selection with new Lasso, Brush and Magic Wand tools to make surgical edits
Enhanced click identification for improved results
Additional Decrackler algorithm to reduce continuous background crackle from vinyl
Streamlined Batch Processing workflow with multicore support
Precise Delay and Phase Operations for tape restoration
Remove Hum now intelligently identifies the hum frequency for quick suppression
Customizable pre-roll and post-roll times for context when previewing edits
Several fade types in the Gain module
Session support for power failure recovery and ability to undo even after restarting
Tons of workflow, user interface improvements and optimizations and much more
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Comments about iZotope RX 2 Complete Audio Repair Software:
I've only just started using iZotope's RX in standalone mode, and haven't even scratched the surface of what it can do (plugin versions of each of the tools within my DAW), but just having used it to clean up field recordings, I can say I'm glad I bought it. The graphical overlay of the waveform over the spectrogram, makes locating, selecting, and isolating sounds incredibly easy. The tools in RX work exceptionally well with basic preset levels, and can intuitively be adjusted to tweak outcomes. You know how any recording you make out in the open, no matter how good your mic and your windscreen are, sound super noisy once you sit down to edit with headphones on? The subject sound is crystal clear, but so is all that stuff going on in the background? RX makes it completely silent with minimal alteration to the main subject. Truly unbelievable. What's even better is, you can reorder your application of tools (gain first, denoise second, EQ third, or the other way around, for instance), and if you don't like the result, a handy graphical event history lets you find the beginning of your mistake train and undo it. If you have ever spent more than a half hour, one time, late at night, feverishly fussing with an EQ, trying to squeeze a faint hiss or hum out of an otherwise really good take in a project that just doesn't have enough other intentional sound to distract the listener's ear (voice-over or spoken word of any kind, as an example), then you already know RX is worth it.