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Re: RX9
« Reply #30 on: July 12, 2022, 02:03:58 PM »
RX Elements to RX 9 Standard upgrade for $99:

https://www.pluginboutique.com/products/9121

For those who are unaware of this vendor: I bought RX Elements at plugin boutique on June 20th for 8.18 Euros and it was a simple and fast digital transaction just like you would see at Sweetwater.  The key was immediately recognized in the iZotope portal.  Reviews/comments of this vendor can be found over on Gearslutz, like here: https://gearspace.com/board/so-much-gear-so-little-time/971599-pluginboutique-com-reputable-dealer.html
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Re: RX9
« Reply #31 on: July 12, 2022, 02:13:09 PM »
I posted about this on another thread, but I encourage anyone interested in RX to pay the extra money for the Standard version. The Spectral Denoise and Spectral Repair modules alone are worth it; they use some sort of dark magic to do what they do.
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Re: RX9
« Reply #32 on: July 12, 2022, 02:42:42 PM »
I posted about this on another thread, but I encourage anyone interested in RX to pay the extra money for the Standard version. The Spectral Denoise and Spectral Repair modules alone are worth it; they use some sort of dark magic to do what they do.

I didn't see a post for the $99 RX upgrade or I would have just bought it.  Where is it posted?

Sweetwater called me this morning after my Ozone 9 Advanced upgrade purchase and I told Cam the same thing that I repeat often, "There is a special place in heaven for the engineers/developers of iZotope algorithms."
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Re: RX9
« Reply #33 on: July 12, 2022, 02:54:43 PM »
I posted about this on another thread, but I encourage anyone interested in RX to pay the extra money for the Standard version. The Spectral Denoise and Spectral Repair modules alone are worth it; they use some sort of dark magic to do what they do.

You're correct, but it's usually much cheaper to buy Elements first then upgrade than it is to outright purchase Standard

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Re: RX9
« Reply #34 on: July 12, 2022, 04:05:05 PM »
I posted about this on another thread, but I encourage anyone interested in RX to pay the extra money for the Standard version. The Spectral Denoise and Spectral Repair modules alone are worth it; they use some sort of dark magic to do what they do.

You're correct, but it's usually much cheaper to buy Elements first then upgrade than it is to outright purchase Standard

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Re: RX9
« Reply #35 on: July 12, 2022, 10:05:59 PM »
I posted about this on another thread, but I encourage anyone interested in RX to pay the extra money for the Standard version. The Spectral Denoise and Spectral Repair modules alone are worth it; they use some sort of dark magic to do what they do.

I didn't see a post for the $99 RX upgrade or I would have just bought it.  Where is it posted?

Sweetwater called me this morning after my Ozone 9 Advanced upgrade purchase and I told Cam the same thing that I repeat often, "There is a special place in heaven for the engineers/developers of iZotope algorithms."

Sorry, I wasn't being clear. I didn't post about the upgrade offer in another thread; I found out about that here. What I posted elsewhere was just that I recommend just going for the Standard version as that includes some of the most special sauce available in RX, and I personally wouldn't want to get by without Spectral Denoise for what I do.
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Re: RX9
« Reply #36 on: July 12, 2022, 10:06:55 PM »
I posted about this on another thread, but I encourage anyone interested in RX to pay the extra money for the Standard version. The Spectral Denoise and Spectral Repair modules alone are worth it; they use some sort of dark magic to do what they do.

You're correct, but it's usually much cheaper to buy Elements first then upgrade than it is to outright purchase Standard

Oh is it really? That's great to know!
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Re: RX9
« Reply #37 on: July 13, 2022, 12:16:35 PM »
I posted about this on another thread, but I encourage anyone interested in RX to pay the extra money for the Standard version. The Spectral Denoise and Spectral Repair modules alone are worth it; they use some sort of dark magic to do what they do.

You're correct, but it's usually much cheaper to buy Elements first then upgrade than it is to outright purchase Standard

Oh is it really? That's great to know!

I paid nothing for Ozone Elements (splice.com promo).  Yesterday I paid $99 for Ozone Advanced upgrade from Sweetwater.  $199 Standard Upgrade in my loyalty account.  (The Advanced loyalty offering is gone now that I have it.)

For RX Elements I paid 8.18 euros from Plugin Boutique and they have an upgrade to Standard for $269 but my loyalty account has Standard upgrade for $149 and Advanced upgrade for $499.  You kind of have to shop around.
Mics: Schoeps MK5 G MP, Schoeps CCM 4 Lg MP, Schoeps MK8 MP, nBob cables > PFA, KCY 250/5 > PFA
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Recorders: Sound Devices Mixpre-6, Sony PCM-M10, Sony PCM-A10
Playback: Jolida 1501 Hybrid > McIntosh MX 130 > Von Schweikert VR-4 JR, or Creek OBH-11 > Sennheiser HD700
http://archive.org/bookmarks/kskreider
https://www.concertarchives.org/kskreider (work in progress)
https://archive.org/details/thespps

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Re: RX9
« Reply #38 on: September 27, 2022, 01:34:56 PM »
I'm working on a mic/sbd matrix and want to get rid of some crowd reactions, whistles, etc from the mic source. Would it be best to work on this before combining sources?

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Re: RX9
« Reply #39 on: September 27, 2022, 01:57:05 PM »
That's my usual workflow.

I usually use spectral repair's replace function, as it seems less likely to create sonic artifacts compared to attenuate. But with either, sometimes I think I can hear more aggressive repair, almost like there's been a disturbance in the force  spectrum.

Mixing the sbd in post repair seems to smooth that out somewhat. Not certain, but I think I've heard benefit of ordering things that way.

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Re: RX9
« Reply #40 on: September 28, 2022, 06:00:05 AM »
That's my usual workflow.

I usually use spectral repair's replace function, as it seems less likely to create sonic artifacts compared to attenuate. But with either, sometimes I think I can hear more aggressive repair, almost like there's been a disturbance in the force  spectrum.

Mixing the sbd in post repair seems to smooth that out somewhat. Not certain, but I think I've heard benefit of ordering things that way.

Hope this helps...

This is solid advice. Spectral repair attenuate can easily turn into a place where you have put a black hole of nothingness into the place where the offending noise used to be, and that can draw attention to itself. Replace works extremely well if you good samples for it to pull from.

With all of these tools, you have to be careful not to let yourself be led by the visual changes to the spectrogram, but by your ears. Just because you can still see the remnants of a noise does not necessarily mean you need to go more aggressive to eradicate it.
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Re: RX9
« Reply #41 on: September 30, 2022, 07:15:25 AM »
Thanks all. It's a delicate balance and a little frustrating when attempting to eliminate a rowdy patron results in phase galore. Sometimes, less is truly more  :cheers:

 

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