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iZotope’s new RX 7 makes audio repair easier for musicians

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Thursday September 13, 2018
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iZotope, Inc., the experts in intelligent audio technology, today released updates to the RX family of audio repair and enhancement software.

The seventh generation of RX builds on years of extensive research in digital signal processing and machine learning. Where RX 7 Advanced and the RX Post Production Suite focus on the needs of audio post professionals, RX 7 Standard and RX Elements solve common (and uncommon) audio issues faced by musicians.

RX 7 Standard Key Features
The updates in version 7 represent the latest advances in iZotope’s assistive audio technology, helping musicians speed past mundane tasks so they can focus on creative work. Highlights include:

RX Elements Key Feature
RX Elements has also been updated with a streamlined version of Repair Assistant, offering a single repair suggestion with a choice of three intensity levels.

“With so many of us at iZotope musicians ourselves, we know too well how wrestling with audio problems can ruin a creative moment,” comments Gerry Caron, iZotope’s Chief Product Officer. “With features like Repair Assistant, we’re removing that friction in the creative process—providing tools and insight to solve your problems without sacrificing the flexibility you need to make your own creative decisions.”

Availability & Pricing
RX 7 Standard and RX Elements are now available at www.izotope.com/rx and select retailers.

All new products are on sale now through October 31, 2018. Pricing details for new customers and upgrading customers can be found at www.izotope.com/rxpricing. Owners of previous versions of RX can find their upgrade coupons in their iZotope account.

About iZotope, Inc.

At iZotope, we’re obsessed with great sound. Our intelligent audio technology helps musicians, music producers, and audio post engineers focus on their craft rather than the tech behind it. We design award-winning software, plug-ins, hardware, and mobile apps powered by the highest quality audio processing, machine learning, and strikingly intuitive interfaces. iZotope: the shortest path from sound to emotion.

Founded in 2001, iZotope is based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. To learn more, visit us at www.izotope.com and connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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