If you’ve ever used Native Instruments’ Komplete production suite, the chances are that you’ve used e-instruments’ plug-ins. e-instruments who are based in Hamburg, Germany, creates virtual instruments, which are featured in Session Horns Pro and Session Strings Pro.
In this video, from iZotope, founder e-instument founder Thomas Koritke shares a behind-the-scenes story of the instrument creation process. He explains that when you’re sampling individual notes and articulations at different dynamics, recordings are extremely sensitive to any kind of noise. Add up to sixteen microphones when capturing samples for a single instrument, and there is a lot of meticulous editing in store, Koritke estimates around 1.2 million editing steps!
So RX isn't just for cleaning up dialog sound tracks and sound effects it is a key part of the production of samples and virtual instruments.
Check out Mike's review of iZotope RX 6 and see what else it can do.