iZotope announces RX 4
The audio restore and repair suite from iZotope will be upgraded to version 4 in September.
As usual, iZotope will offer Standard and Advanced editions for RX 4 both will include new modules, features and a deeper integration with your DAW.
Following are the new features announced by iZotope:
- Non destructive Clip Gain feature to adjust the volume of vocal and instrument track
- Dialogue Denoiser to reduce background noises from voice tracks ; now included in both RX 4 editions
- Leveler in RX 4 Advanced: automatically adjusts the mix volume
- EQ Match (RX 4 Advanced only): ensure a consistent mix by analyzing and matching multiple recordings with distinct sound profiles
iZotope is currently running a special offer on versions 3 ($249 for RX 3 Standard and $749 for RX 3 Advanced) until September 4th. If you purchase any of these editions now, you will receive the RX 4 upgrade for free. Final pricing and upgrade for previous version users are still to be announced. Visit www.izotope.com for more.
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