Pre-Order the iZotope RX Loudness Control
iZotope is about to release its new RX Loudness Control plug-in, and you can pre-order now and get a $50 discount.
The upcoming iZotope RX Loudness Control plug-in is designed to automatically correct the global loudness of an audio mix on Pro Tools 10-12, Avid Media Composer and Adobe Premiere Pro. The plug-in is compliant with the post-production and broadcast loudness standards (BS.1770-1 / 2-3, EBU R128 / s1, AGCOM 219/09/CSP, ATSC A/85, OP-59 and ARIB TR-B32).
RX Loudness Control analyzes the audio and applies the processing in two clicks, it also logs the analysis in a CSV file.
You can use the plug-in on mono, stereo and up to 5.1 surround projects and an IRC II (Intelligent Release Control) limiter algorithm works offline.
RX Loudness Control will be available for $349 but if you pre-order it now, you’ll only pay $299 at www.izotope.com.
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