iZotope to Release RX6 Audio Repair Suite at 2017 NAB Show

iZotope will release the latest version of their audio repair suite, RX 6, at the 2017 NAB Show.

iZotope said RX 6 will introduce new features for post production such as lavalier microphone de-rustle, dialogue isolation and low-end wind rumble removal.

The new software will also include technology to solve music recording problems like microphone bleed, sibilance, mouth clicks and breaths. In the lead-up to the RX 6 release, iZotope is discounting RX 5, its current audio repair suite.

All customers who purchase RX 5 from April 1 through April 19 will receive a free upgrade to the equivalent version of RX 6.

iZotope RX series audio noise reduction software will repair, enhance and restore problematic production audio — from plosives to microphone bumps to inconsistent levels — and improve sound quality and clarity.

The Advanced version adds enhancements like the new de-plosive and updated leveler modules to eliminate plosives in dialogue with transparency and smooth out volume inconsistencies.

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