In this article you can learn how to use two of the new modules iZotope has introduced in RX 7 Advanced, the Dialogue Contour module, which has been designed to reshape the inflection of words within a phrase of dialogue to match takes or tweak the emotional resonance of a speaker, saving you time and money on ADR and additional post work.
How to Use Dialogue Contour in RX 7 Advanced
Ever wanted to change the intonation of a re-edited sequence? With RX 7 you can now reshape the intonation of dialogue to rescue or improve a performance, powered by pitch correction tailored to speech and designed to adjust the inflection of words within a phrase.
Easily reshape the inflection of words within a phrase of dialogue to match takes or tweak the emotional resonance of a speaker, saving you time and money on ADR and additional post work.
Remove Reverb With Dialogue De-reverb in RX 7 Advanced
Reduce or remove unwanted reverb from dialogue clips with the Dialogue De-reverb module, updated for RX 7 with dialogue-specific DSP and machine learning algorithms to separate reverberant sounds from dialogue sounds.
I remember when I demoed RX4 in front of around a 1,000 folk at a Super Meet event in Amsterdam that the demo of the then new De-reverb module had a 1,000 jaws on the floor. Back to RX 7 and with the help of more machine learning algorithms iZotope has produced a dedicated dialogue version of their de-reverb module and straight from my first test my jaw was back on the floor. Make sure you check out the demo to hear for yourself. I especially like that it has the same ambience preservation control that we have seen on modules like De-rustle.
Introducing 7.1.2 Multichannel Support in RX 7 Advanced
Edit audio in multichannel up to Dolby Atmos 7.1.2 with RX 7. Preview single, multiple, or a composite of channels to tackle audio issues that appear in any or every surround channel.
The implementation has been well thought through and we have multi-channel versions of the RX Connect and RX Monitor plug-ins too. What is also nice is that if you have say a 5.1 instance of the RX Monitor plug-in and you audition a mono or stereo file, they are routed through to the front left and right channels. It would be nice if mono files could be routed to the centre channel only and quad files be routed to the front left and right and the surround left and right, but hopefully this can be resolved soon in a future update.