Why upgrade to VocalSynth 2? Read the top reasons, including the new Biovox module, better performance and sounds, and inter-plugin communication.
New to VocalSynth 2 is a module for modulating signals called Biovox. In this blog post, Shahan Nercessian, the developer of Biovox, explains what it is, how it works, and the new manipulation controls that it brings to VocalSynth 2.
Read what’s different about VocalSynth 2’s design, including an animation you can interact with, a reorderable FX chain, and why we made these changes.
Learn how the sound department for HBO’s “Westworld” have constructed a duplicity of sonic landscapes, and preserved hours of production dialogue with RX 5.
Find out how iZotope’s Iris 2 and RX helped the audio post team working on Marvel’s Doctor Strange produce magical sound effects and high quality dialogue tracks.
Learn how RX 5 helped sound mixer Ron Bartlett clean up location dialogue and ambient noise from the film Deepwater Horizon.
Learn how RX 5 helped supervising sound editor Robert Hein clean up location dialogue from the Amazon rainforest.
Brendan Baker from Radiotopia’s Love + Radio chats about the show, the challenges most podcasters face, and how he solves them.
iZotope's RX audio repair & noise reduction software has undergone several evolutions. Learn about the benefits of upgrading to RX 5 from previous versions.
The Sound Supervising Editor behind some of Marvel Studios’ biggest blockbusters is the one rescuing superheroes—from the cutting-room floor.
Industry-leading dialogue editor Max Hoskins estimates that RX can generate savings for TV and film editors in excess of 30% per episode.
Trying to match the sound and EQ of two clips recorded in different environments can be challenging. Fortunately, the new EQ Match module—available only in RX 4 Advanced—can help!