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Repairing Audio with RX 6

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    Introduction

    Adam welcomes you and goes over what RX6 is and why it's an invaluable tool for audio repair and production.

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    Overview & How to Use RX 6

    Adam now gives a complete overview of how to use RX 6, including coverage on the interface, Waveform / Spectrogram, Selection Tools, Preview / Compare Workflows, and everything else you need to get started.

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    Spectrogram

    Adam now covers important Spectrogram Settings, and three examples with important features to become familiar with; Tones, Transients, and Noise.

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    Module Chain & Batch Processing

    Learn how to use Module Chain and Batch Processing for when you need to do the same processes, over and over again.

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    Trimming, Saving, & Exporting

    See how Trimming is kind of like "cropping" or shortening audio, and what settings to export at if you want to work on your audio again, before delivery.

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    Deconstruct

    Explore how to use the Deconstruct module to separate, and remove if desired, tonal, noise, and transient components.

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    De-crackle Vocal One Shot

    Learn all about De-crackle and how to remove subtle "low quality" imperfections.

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    Repairing Aggressive Bass & Brass

    In this video Adam shows how to clean up an aggressive bass loop and brass loop, using De-crackle.

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    De-clip

    Now learn about De-clipping, Makeup Gain, and combining this with the "Post-Limiter".

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    De-click

    Explore De-clicking on a Kick, and then mouth clicks on a Vocal, as well as realizing its limitations!

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    Repairing a Flute Recording

    Watch Adam use De-wind, EQ, and Spectral Repair, to clean up a flute recording.

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    Clip Gain

    Learn how to use Clip Gain, including the strange way required to remove Nodes, and snap Nodes back to zero.

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    Normalization & Spectral Repair Region

    Explore the Normalization feature and the Spectral Repair "Region" process, to remove an unwanted bird noise noise from a foley recording.

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    De-Noising Concepts

    Adam now demonstrates two De-noising concepts on an Irish whistle recording. See how Voice De-noise isn't just for vocals, and Spectral De-noise "quality", isn't actually "quality".

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    Removing Unwanted Sounds

    See how to remove some unwanted metallic "tings" using Spectral Repair, Brush Mode, and Instant Process.

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    Phase

    Watch how to use the Phase Module to fix asymmetrical recordings, such as real drum sounds.

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    DC Offset

    Learn what it is, why it's not wanted, and two ways to remove it.

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    Taming Harsh Snares with Spectral Repair

    Discover how to use Spectral Repair to tame some snares in a drum loop.

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    Creative Center Extraction & Masking Trick

    Explore Centre Extract (choosing an algorithm), as well as a masking trick using the plug-in module Reverb.

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    De-essing Options

    Learn two ways to tame a harsh vocal, using Spectral Repair, and then the De-ess module, and when to use which.

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    Removing Side Distortion

    Discover how to use Centre Extract to remove this special kind of unwanted distortion from your sounds!

Product Overview


Adam Pollard aka Multiplier, presents video tutorials on how to repair audio quickly and easily with iZotope RX6. See how to use the numerous tools RX6 offers to remove unwanted artifacts and imperfections from your audio!

Adam begins by welcoming you and goes over what RX6 is and why it's an invaluable tool for audio repair and production. He then jumps right in and gives a complete overview of RX6's user interface and everything you need to know to get started.

Then over the course of the series, you'll learn some of RX6's major features and functions such as the Spectrogram, Module Chain and Batch Processing, Trimming, Saving, and Exporting. Adam then covers different modules such as Deconstruct, De-crackle, De-clip, De-click, De-wind, De-noise and others, and how to use them in real-world situations.

Wrapping it up, Adam goes over lesser known and rarely covered topics like Normalization and the Spectral Repair Region function, Phase, DC Offset and others.

See the individual tutorial descriptions for more info. If you have the need to repair your audio, or you just want to see what RX6 is capable of, this series is for you. Watch "Repairing Audio with RX 6" today!


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Repairing Audio with RX 6 is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 9 .
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Wow! This is great for understanding the basics of RX7 I am such an amateur "sound engineer" (since I am using this for my own personal recordings) that I don't understand much. HOWEVER, this video definitely showed me enough of the basics that I will be able to use the little I understand to make the best possible recordings of my own personal music. This is really great! Cheers!
Date published: 2020-08-21
Rated 4.0 out of 5 by from Great tutorial Helpfull, although I would have liked a bit more examples on real instruments such as guitar.
Date published: 2020-05-11
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by from Very Good Very good & useful!
Date published: 2020-04-11
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from An excellently presented & well balanced programme Props to Multiplier for keeping this super interesting and very informative
Date published: 2020-04-03
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Excellent! Many thanks Multiplier! Very helpful
Date published: 2020-02-23
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Helpful as Expected, but Unexpectedly USEFUL I've seen enough of Adam (Multiplier) Pollard to know that I will get good info, helpful tips accurately explained and illuminated. This series of tutorials takes the typical "Post" workflow and environment that RX is designated for and shows how it could become an essential music production tool even for sound design and mixing. Adam shows very practical, easy to "hear and see" demonstrations and applications of the commonly used tools. This will be tremendously useful in my upcoming audio repair projects! But I may end up including RX more in my more creative sound design and mixing sessions.
Date published: 2020-02-17
Rated 3.0 out of 5 by from Helpful but with bad examples Ok class but examples are many times too loud or confusing to really hear what the plugins are doing With a better choice it would have been much better The other rx6 tutorial is much better in my opinion.
Date published: 2019-11-26
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Very informative and useful Excellent course with clear examples and very good ideas. At the same time, some of the suggestions should be used with discretion, such as removing wind from flute playing. Removing this type of noise is a philosophical choice. Real instruments, with imperfect playing, can, in the right circumstances, present a very immersive experience.
Date published: 2018-12-23
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by from informative, thanks! Helped in improving my skills, thanks.
Date published: 2018-10-04
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