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iZotope RX7 introduces many new features – including 7.1.2

Posted on: Thursday 11th of October 2018

The new software has landed at Resolution studios, and we’re enjoying reviewing the many new tools:
Repair Assistant – in the style of Ozone 8’s assistant – this is an intelligent helper that can detect noise, clipping, clicks, hum and so on, fixing common audio issues faster.
Music Rebalance – is a source separation tool that allows you to enhance or isolate elements of an audio track. Drums too loud? Vocals not loud enough? Re-animate a mix using its four sliders. You can also create instrumental versions of songs by removing vocal elements, or isolate the vocal to prepare a remix.
Time & Pitch – You can  alter pitch without affecting the timing of your audio and conversely, alter the time without affecting pitch with the new Variable Time and Variable Pitch modules.
Dialogue Contour – improve the performance of a spoken line by altering the pitch contour of the dialogue to adjust the intonation of the speaker. Select a region of audio you wish to alter, and then click and drag to adjust the contour curve.
Dialogue De-Reverb – post engineers will like this – the brand new Dialogue De-Reverb module aims to reduce ambience and reverb around dialogue.
Dolby Atmos! – RX7 Now supports multichannel which means you can easily edit one, multiple, or all channels of audio (up to Dolby Atmos 7.1.2) using any of your favorite repair modules.

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