Further to our previous story and in-depth video on iZotope's much-anticipated update to its spectral audio editing and repair suite, which they tell us will provide audio professionals with a completely redesigned user interface, the ability to reduce or remove reverb, clean up dialogue in real time, and new features for post production, music production, mastering, and more, here's the YouTube video and official details on RX 3 and RX 3 Advanced that iZotope have made available...
Alex Westner, Director of Product Management at iZotope, told us, "RX 3 and RX 3 Advanced are the culmination of three years of invaluable user feedback. We're happy to bring these customer-driven improvements to our industry-leading repair software. Crafting broadcast-quality audio is now even easier with RX 3's workflow improvements designed to enhance speed, power and flexibility for time-strapped professionals working in post production."
What's New in RX 3 Advanced?
What's New in RX 3?
A spokesperson had this to say, "Used everywhere from Hollywood post production studios to leading sound editing facilities, iZotope RX 3 transforms troubled recordings into professional-grade material with remedies for noise, clipping, hum, buzz, crackles, and more. With an intuitive spectral editor and 10+ intelligent modules, RX 3 enables you to fix troubled audio with unprecedented power and precision."
RX 3 works as a standalone application, or as a suite of plug-ins for use in a host, including many popular DAWs and NLEs. Supported plug-in formats include AAX for Pro Tools 11, RTAS, Audio Suite, VST & VST 3, and Audio Unit.
Pricing and Availability:
RX 3 and RX 3 Advanced are available now.
Through September 27, 2013, get RX 3 for $249 (Reg. $349/ €285) MSRP or get RX 3 Advanced for $749 (Reg. $1199 / €919) MSRP.
RX 2 or RX 2 Advanced users who purchased after July 1, 2013 will receive a free upgrade to RX 3.
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