On our premium video platform, which has over 950 tutorial videos, our very own Mr RX It - Mike Thornton has produced a video tutorial series covering the RX Plugin Pack which consists of four of the essential plug-ins from iZotope's RX5 Editor package, De-click, Dialogue De-noise, De-hum, and De-clip all of which can help you rescue your audio.
You can use the RX Plug-in Pack within Pro Tools (or other audio and video editing software) to fix audio you thought you’d never be able to use and this new video tutorial series will show you how to get the best out of iZotope's RX Plugin Pack.
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Understanding RX Plugin Pack
Video 1 - Introduction - In this free video Mike outlines why applications like iZotope RX Plugin Pack are needed in an increasingly 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.
If you are an RX5 or RX5 Advanced user then do check out Mike's complete tutorial series on Groove3 covering everything you want to know about Rx5 and RX5 Advanced.