Izotope dropped RX 7 today, adding Music Rebalancing, Vocal Removal/Isolation, and a new Repair Assistant to its suite of audio correction tools.
RX is one of those pieces of software that I don’t use often, but is a lifesaver when you need it for fixing dialog issues or removing anomalies like extraneous sounds or clicks or pops (Audiocasters should look into this if you haven’t already just for the Breath Control feature alone). It’s a nice update to a solid audio repair and enhancement toolkit, with tiers available from the casual user to the professional audio, movie, or television Post-Production engineer.
All the info you need here.
What really intrigues me is though is the latest update to their Insight metering program, which is unparalleled for measuring Loudness (LU), Sound Field, Spectrogram, and other audio analysis functions. Insight is not something for everyone (although the new version is less than half the price of the original), but for those of us who need accurate reporting of audio spectra it’s money well spent.
These updates are happening yearly from the Isotope crew, and it’s great to see consistent for all all of their products. 🙂