For registered owners of RX Standard, versions 1 to 9.
RX 10 Advanced is the award-winning audio repair suite trusted by leading post-production engineers who need to quickly and reliably prepare audio for professional release. Traverse dialogue recordings with the new Text Navigation feature that generates and displays transcriptions of speech, re-synthesize missing frequencies in bandwidth-limited recordings with the upgraded Spectral Recovery, and save time removing unwanted hum with the new Dynamic Adaptive mode in De-Hum — with multichannel support up to Dolby Atmos 7.1.2.
Things break. So does audio. Recorded sound is rarely perfect - in fact, it's often in really bad shape. That's why you need RX, the award-winning audio repair suite that helps restore, clean up, and improve recordings in post-production, music, and content creation.
Built on decades of iZotope research, RX 10 is the most intuitive and intelligent version they've ever made. From analyzing audio capture and production issues to providing processing solutions, RX speeds up your editing workflow, salvages poor audio takes that were once unfixable, and delivers reliably clear sound quality.
Whether you are editing a podcast, recording a full band, or working on a blockbuster movie, RX 10 enables you to captivate audiences by bringing out the best in recorded audio.
What’s new in RX 10?
Repair Assistant Plug-in: May we assist you?
If you’re new to audio repair, or you just want to save time, try the new Repair Assistant Plug-in, which uses machine learning to find and fix audio issues quickly without leaving your DAW. The Assistant automatically recognizes specific problems and intelligently proposes a repair chain that you can modify to your liking with easy-to-use dials. More than just an upgrade of the previous Repair Assistant, this plug-in was built from the ground up.
Text Navigation: Navigate through words.
Even if you love spectrograms as much as we do, navigating long dialogue files can be time-consuming, especially when seeking specific events in a recording. Now you can see what you hear with the new Text Navigation function. It analyzes dialogue and displays a text transcription above the spectrogram that's in sync with the corresponding audio. So you can now search for specific words in an audio file and also select and edit the recording using text. [This navigation feature will only be available in English for RX 10.]
Multiple Speaker Detection: Who's talking?
Are you working on a single audio track with more than one speaker? Save time navigating through the file by using Multiple Speaker Detection to help find and tag the sections of speech associated with each individual voice. This is incredibly helpful especially when different speakers require different processing.
Dynamic Adaptive Mode in De-Hum: Adapt to the noise.
Save time removing unwanted hum with the new Dynamic Adaptive Mode in De-Hum. Get rid of hums and buzzes on the fly, without having to spend time learning the noise profile of your audio. Eliminating electromagnetic interference or other complex noise that changes pitch can now be done automatically without sacrificing quality.
Upgraded Spectral Recovery: Aim high (and low).
Is your recording lacking highs and lows? Was it recorded on a mobile phone or using non-studio-grade equipment? Spectral Recovery can help to bring life back to thin-sounding audio to match the rest of your productions. The new version improves upon the quality of re-synthesized upper frequencies and can now add missing lower frequencies, too.
First Time User Experience: Is it THAT simple?
RX is complex. That's why it add the First Time User Experience, an interactive tour to guide you through the software. Whether you’re new to RX or catching up with the latest version, there's a tour for you.