Getting Started with RX 10

What's new in RX 10

Learn about the groundbreaking new ways to quickly and easily fix audio in RX 10, including the new Text Navigation, the improved Spectral Repair, and the new Dynamic Adaptive Mode in De-Hum. Discover why RX continues to be the industry standard in audio repair for music and post-production.

Getting started

Helpful videos

Text Navigation in RX 10
Repair Assistant in RX 10
Spectral Recovery in RX 10

System Requirements

Operating Systems:

  • Mac: macOS Monterey (12.7.2), macOS Ventura (13.6.3), macOS Sonoma (14.2.1)*
  • Windows: Windows 10 – Windows 11

*Supported on Intel Macs & Apple silicon Macs (M-series chips) in Rosetta and native.

Plug-in Formats:

AU, AAX, AAX Audiosuite, VST3, AU ARA.


  • All plug-in formats are 64-bit only.
  • RX 10 plug-ins are not available in VST2 format.
  • Spectral Editor & Music Rebalance ARA plug-ins are available in Logic Pro on Intel or Apple silicon Macs (in Rosetta only).
  • Ambience Match, Dialogue Isolate and De-rustle plug-ins are AAX Audiosuite for Pro Tools only.
  • Repair Assistant plug-in available as Audiosuite only in Pro Tools and VST3 & AU formats in other DAWs.


Logic Pro 10.8, Pro Tools 2022 - 2023, Ableton Live 11, Cubase 13, Nuendo 12, Studio One 6, Reaper 7, FL Studio 21, Audition CC 2023, Premiere Pro CC 2023, Davinci Resolve 18.5.

RX Audio Editor Notes

RX 10 Elements does not include the RX Audio Editor application. It is included with RX 10 Standard and Advanced only.

Plug-in Hosting

Supported plug-in formats for hosting plug-ins within the RX 10 Audio Editor differs based on your operating environment:

  • Windows: VST3, VST2.
  • Intel Macs & Rosetta on Apple silicon Macs: AU, VST3, VST2.
  • Native on Apple silicon Macs: AU, VST3.