iZotope RX come in three different packages. RX Plugin Pack, RX5, and RX5 Advanced, but let's start with a video series available as part of our subscription to our premium video tutorial platform or rental as a set or individually.
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What Is Covered In Understanding RX Plugin Pack
Video 1 - Introduction - In this free video Mike outlines why applications like iZotope RX Plugin Pack are needed in an increasing noisy world with examples of the kinds of problems iZotope RX Plugin Pack can be used for.
Video 2 – Dialog De-noise Plugin – Mike shows how to use the Dialog De-noise plug-in to treat audio in real time with no latency as a plug-in in Pro Tools.
Video 3 – Fixing Distortion Part 1 - In this video Mike explains and demonstrates the De-clip plug-in in action with an overloaded recording on a speedboat.
Video 4 – Fixing Distortion Part 2 – Mike shows how to use the De-click plug-in to reduce other kinds of distortion.
Video 5 – Dehum Plugin - In this video Mike explains and demonstrates the De-hum plug-in in action with a file that has nearly as much hum as wanted signal including the adaptive hum feature.
Video 6 – De-click Plugin Part 1 - In this video Mike explains and demonstrates the De-click plugin in action with a very scratched vinyl record.
Video 7 – De-click Plugin Part 2 - Mike shows other uses for the De-click plug-in like removing mouth clicks, as well as clicks from excessive use of a plectrum on Bass and acoustic guitar.
Cleaning Up A Guitar In Pro Tools Using iZotope RX4
In this free iZotope video tutorial, Russ shows how easy it is to clean up extraneous noises on an otherwise great guitar part using iZotope RX4.
He also demonstrates the new RX Connect plug-in allowing you to play the audio from iZotope RX4 back through your DAW.
Using iZotope RX4 To Automate Clip Gain
In this video tutorial Russ shows the new Leveller feature in iZotope RX4, this can used to automate clip gain. In this example he uses it on a vocal. He also uses the de-breath module from Nectar 2 for removing extraneous breaths from the track.
How Can I Watch These Videos?
If you are a subscriber to our premium video platform you can watch the videos as part of your subscription. Otherwise you can watch the first chapter for free or rent the whole series of 7 videos on the RX Plugin Pack for $9.99 or each video for $1.99.
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Free iZotope RX Tutorials
There are a number of free iZotope RX tutorials from a number of the Pro Tools Expert team members too.
Remove Unwanted Sounds Using iZotope RX4
Coughs, bangs, buzz, and other imperfections can distract from an otherwise flawless performance. In this video, watch our very own ‘Mr RX It’, Mike Thornton as he uses the Partials & Noise tab in the Spectral Repair module to remove them, using an acoustic guitar track an example.
How To Combine Multiple Takes Using iZotope RX
In this free video tutorial ‘Mr RX It’, Mike Thornton shows how to combine two takes that don’t match into one seamless piece of audio using iZotope’s RX4. Mike includes a hidden feature in the RX4 Spectral Denoiser module when using incomplete noise profiles as well as the new Ambience Match feature added in RX4 Advanced in rescuing this recording.
How To Match Audio From Different Sound Sources
In this video ‘Mr RX It’ - Mike Thornton shows how you can use iZotope RX4 to match the audio from the voiceover commentary and a section of actuality in a documentary.
Mike starts by taking the clips across from Pro Tools into the standalone RX 4 application using the RX Connect plug-in, added in RX4, before starting with the new feature in RX4 Advanced, to match the eq of the actuality to the voiceover. Next Mike uses Clip Gain, another new feature in RX4, to even out the level differences in the clip, before using Spectral Repair to reduce the wind noise. Then Mike runs the clip though the Dialog Denoiser module, which is now included in RX4. Finally Mike uses the RX Connect plug-in to bring the processed clip back into the timeline in the Pro Tools session.
How To Fill Ambience Gaps In Dialogue Using iZotope RX4
How many times have you received an edit where the audio has been cut tight to the dialog with significant background. You then have to scramble around looking for bits of ambience to try and fill the gap, but it rarely works as well as you would like. In this free video tutorial watch as Mr RX It - Mike Thornton uses the new Ambience Match feature iZotope introduced in RX4 Advanced, and see how easy it is to extract clean ambience from dialog tracks to fill the gaps.
How To Use Dereverb in iZotope RX
Here is our very own “Mr RX It” showing in a free video tutorial, courtesy of iZotope, how to use the new Dereverb module in iZotope RX3 Advanced.
In self shot documentaries the sound is often the thing that suffers, as the crew have too many other things to think about. In this example all Mike had was the camera mic and it was too far away from the presenter in a reverbant space. See how he was able to improve this clip using the Dereverb plug-in in Pro Tools.
Removing Harsh Whistling Artifacts Using iZotope RX Spectral Repair
In this free tutorial video, Marcus Huyskens demonstrates how to use the Spectral Repair Module within iZotope RX, to quickly & transparently remove harsh "whistling" artifacts from speech without resorting to EQ, or a De-esser.