Creating surround mixes for film and television offers a breadth of sonic possibilities. For the seasoned pro or a recent stereo convert, these tips can help you make the most of every channel.
In Episode 2 of the iZotope RX Tips and Tricks series, learn how to quickly level audio by adding, adjusting, and removing Clip Gain nodes in RX Audio Editor.
Audio/multimedia producer Matt Hines of iZotope explains how pros can meet today’s loudness standards to deliver consistent viewing experiences throughout the world, with the help of tools like RX Loudness Control.
Our very own Matt Hines gives you tips for delivering balanced, impactful mixes, while considering the delivery medium, using the combination Dynamic EQ and True Peak limiter of RX Final Mix.
As part of the RX Plug-in Pack, the Dialogue De-noise plug-in clean up noisy voice and dialogue tracks and reduce or remove unwanted background noise.
RX Final Mix is incredibly flexible, transparent, and low latency. Here are some of the benefits of using RX Final Mix as a surround mixing tool for de-essing.