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iZotope RX 2, RX 2 Advanced
Audio repair suite
Updates to the audio repair software suites, RX2 and RX2 Advanced are designed to repair common and uncommon audio problems like tonal and broadband noise, hiss, buzz, hum, clicks and crackle, distortion from clipping and interfering sounds like cell phone rings, dogs barking, car horns, string squeaks, dropped drumsticks and just about anything else. RX 2 Advanced extends the standard RX with an adaptive denoiser mode, a deconstruct module, third party plug-in hosting, iZotope 64-bit SRC resampling, MBIT+ dither, iZotope Radius time and pitch control, ability to export an edit history, multi-resolution mode for Spectral Repair and automatic azimuth correction. New visual editing features are also featured.
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