Groove3 iZotope RX 4 Explained TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE

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Groove3 iZotope RX 4 Explained TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE  | 1.49 GB


iZotope RX 4 is here and iZotope guru Mike Thornton (Mr RX It) delivers everything you need to know to jump into RX 4 and harness its full potential! Get detailed information using real-world examples and clean up your recordings making them sound better than ever. No matter what DAW you use, iZotope RX 4 Explained provides expert knowledge that allows you to reduce unwanted noise and eliminate damage to your precious audio.

Mike starts with a detailed Introduction that covers everything from the User Interface to the various Settings available in iZotope RX 4. You’ll also learn all about the Waveform & Spectrogram Displays, Recording Into RX 4, and Saving Files. Mike then demonstrates the power of Markers & Regions, as well as the RX Monitor & RX Connect Plug-Ins.

Next, you’ll see and hear real-world Examples of Treating Noisy Audio with the Denoise & Distortion Modules. Using Overloaded Samples, Mike demonstrates how easy it is to Reduce Noise and Distortion using RX 4 in Pro Tools, as well as within the plug-in itself. You’ll also learn Hum & Buzz Removal techniques as Mike walks you through using the Remove Hum Module.

When it comes to Spectral Repair, you’ll want to check out Mike’s tips for Removing Unwanted Noise, including Camera Shutter Clicks, Mic Pops, Whistles at a Concert, and more. Classic Recordings and Vinyl enthusiasts will also love this series as it covers Restoring Vinyl Records & Magnetic Tape Recordings, using RX 4 to clean up Scratched Records and Noisy Tape Recordings.

Moving on, Mike covers the Declick Module & Deverb Module, where you’ll learn how to easily Get Rid of Unwanted Reverb, Mouth Clicks, and Excessive Use of Plectrum on Bass and Acoustic Guitars. If you need to get a better handle on Levels and Loudness, Mike walks you through the Clip Gain feature of iZotope RX 4, and you’ll also see How to Make Your Recordings Compliant with Accepted Loudness Specifications using the Loudness Module.

Matching EQ and Ambience is important, especially when it comes to dialogue recordings, so Mike also covers the EQ Match & Ambience Match features of iZotope RX 4. If you need to Separate Sounds from Tones on a Recording, you’ll love the explanation and demonstration of the Deconstruct Module as Mike shows you How to Break Down Breath Sounds in a Flute Recording and How to Take Apart the Components of a Clock Chiming.

Finally, Mike walks you through all of the Signal Processing Modules in iZotope RX 4, including Gain, EQ, Channel Operations, Spectrum Analyzer, Plug-In Hosting, Time & Pitch, Resample, and Dither with examples for each.

You don’t have to put up with unwanted noise or poor audio quality any longer, so clean up your act! Let Mike Thornton (Mr RX It) show you how using iZotope’s amazing RX4 Audio Repair and Restoration Technology… “Watch iZotope RX 4 Explained” today!


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