¿Qué hay de nuevo en el Editor de iZotope RX 5 de audio?

iZotope are preparing of the release of a new version of RX. Aside from the name change (they've added "audio editor" to the title) there's lots of new features to get excited about.  

Cuando usted compra iZotope RX 4

What's New in RX 5 Advanced?


iZotope RX5 Audio Editor De-plosive

Editor de iZotope RX5 Audio De-oclusiva


iZotope RX5 Audio Editor Leveler

iZotope RX5 Audio Editor Nivelador

What's New in RX 5 Advanced?

Instantánea herramienta de proceso:

Módulo de la cadena:

iZotope RX5 Audio Editor Module Chain

Módulo Audio Editor iZotope RX5 Cadena

Integración sin fisuras:


Precios y disponibilidad detalles

  • Los clientes que han comprado RX 4 después de 08 de agosto 2015 recibirán una actualización gratuita a RX 5 Audio Editor una vez en libertad en octubre.

  • Los clientes que compren RX 4 Advanced después 08 de agosto 2015 recibirán una actualización gratuita a RX 5 Advanced Audio Editor una vez en libertad en octubre.

  • Precios especiales de actualización para RX 5 Audio Editor y RX 5 Advanced Audio Editor estará disponible para todos los clientes de RX anteriores a la liberación de RX 5 Audio Editor en octubre.

Web: https://www.izotope.com/en/products/post-production/rx-5-audio-editor/

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This *is* exciting. I really dig RX and have high hopes for v5. I switched over to Mac from that other OS almost 5 years ago and have been frustrated by the lack of a well rounded, deep audio editor I could latch on to and get on with things. I'm a Sound Forge user since the late '90's and love everything it and Wavelab bring to the table. Peak Pro seemed an obvious choice until Bias' future became uncertain. I really like Audiofile Engineering's work and Wave Editor grew on me, I guess I'm just having growing pains acclimating to Triumph (its successor). And then Sound Forge for Mac found its way into my workflow but still left me sneaking over to the Fusion window running Win7 in the corner so I could slam out edits like the old days. Ah well, 'tis my audio editing soap opera which I believe the iZotopers will finally put to rest. As the stomach turns...

Thanks for the heads up!


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