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Re: iZotope Rx 7
« Reply #150 on: October 02, 2020, 01:21:05 PM »
Working on Van Morrision @ the Greek 1986, km84i's > D5 FOB DFC. Tested out vocal isolation on rx7 std. vs demo version of 8. The difference is significant.
Samples below.
Thinking I'm about to upgrade...

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Re: iZotope Rx 7
« Reply #151 on: October 02, 2020, 09:04:05 PM »
Spent some time configuring a multi-button mouse for my usual rx workflow, and it's super helpful.
I can easily click-lock to select area, toggle between brush and time (my 2 usual selection tools), then run either spectral repair or de-click, all from the mouse.
Maybe other folks figured this out immediately, but investing a bit of time is paying off in ease of use, and I'm hopeful will make this a less likely to trigger my rsi.
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Re: iZotope Rx 7
« Reply #152 on: October 07, 2020, 12:39:25 AM »
Music Rebalance in RX8.  O M G   
Mics: DPA 4060 w/MPS 6030 PSU/DAD6001/DAD4099, Neumann KM 131, KMR 81i, Oktava MK 012, Sennheiser MKH 105, MKH 20, MKH 30, MKH 40, MKH 800 TWIN, lots of other studio appropriate choices
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Re: iZotope Rx 7
« Reply #153 on: October 07, 2020, 05:14:18 AM »
Spent some time configuring a multi-button mouse for my usual rx workflow, and it's super helpful.
I can easily click-lock to select area, toggle between brush and time (my 2 usual selection tools), then run either spectral repair or de-click, all from the mouse.
Maybe other folks figured this out immediately, but investing a bit of time is paying off in ease of use, and I'm hopeful will make this a less likely to trigger my rsi.

great tip!
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Re: iZotope Rx 7
« Reply #154 on: October 07, 2020, 02:14:08 PM »
Working on Van Morrision @ the Greek 1986, km84i's > D5 FOB DFC. Tested out vocal isolation on rx7 std. vs demo version of 8. The difference is significant.
Samples below.
Thinking I'm about to upgrade...

 :o

Thanks for the comp.

Upgrade offer to RX8 Standard from RX7 Standard was $149 USD

They gave me 5% discount too, after I 86'd the first offer, and came back in a different browser.

Thanks guys for the reviews.
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Re: iZotope Rx 7
« Reply #155 on: October 07, 2020, 02:33:41 PM »
So, wacky question: with the stem separation so good, has anyone else considered separating and then mastering as if there were 4 stereo tracks, applying different filters to different instruments, then mixing back together?
Certainly would be a way to make mastering take even more time. Wonder if it'd be worthwhile. Maybe source material would be the determinant.

On the VanMo recording I'm working on currently, I'll be comparing my usual practice of mixing vocal stem back in to main track then eq'ing vs eq'ing the vocal stem prior to mixing it back in to the main track and eq'ing the whole thing. Full separation would be the next step in my ongoing quest to make things more complicated for myself.
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Re: iZotope Rx 7
« Reply #156 on: October 07, 2020, 06:43:09 PM »
So, wacky question: with the stem separation so good, has anyone else considered separating and then mastering as if there were 4 stereo tracks, applying different filters to different instruments, then mixing back together?
Certainly would be a way to make mastering take even more time. Wonder if it'd be worthwhile. Maybe source material would be the determinant.

On the VanMo recording I'm working on currently, I'll be comparing my usual practice of mixing vocal stem back in to main track then eq'ing vs eq'ing the vocal stem prior to mixing it back in to the main track and eq'ing the whole thing. Full separation would be the next step in my ongoing quest to make things more complicated for myself.

Absolutely. I did a remaster of a U2 1993 broadcast show where I did exactly that--split it all apart, then remixed the whole thing with a bunch of effects.

I've also done a bunch of multiple IEM feed matrix recordings where I split apart each feed and then worked with the stems to build the mix.
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Re: iZotope Rx 7
« Reply #157 on: October 07, 2020, 07:02:24 PM »
So, wacky question: with the stem separation so good, has anyone else considered separating and then mastering as if there were 4 stereo tracks, applying different filters to different instruments, then mixing back together?
Certainly would be a way to make mastering take even more time. Wonder if it'd be worthwhile. Maybe source material would be the determinant.

On the VanMo recording I'm working on currently, I'll be comparing my usual practice of mixing vocal stem back in to main track then eq'ing vs eq'ing the vocal stem prior to mixing it back in to the main track and eq'ing the whole thing. Full separation would be the next step in my ongoing quest to make things more complicated for myself.

Absolutely. I did a remaster of a U2 1993 broadcast show where I did exactly that--split it all apart, then remixed the whole thing with a bunch of effects.

I've also done a bunch of multiple IEM feed matrix recordings where I split apart each feed and then worked with the stems to build the mix.

Any chance you could post a sample of the before and after? i'm very interested.
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Re: iZotope Rx 7
« Reply #158 on: October 07, 2020, 09:22:36 PM »
I took a loud talker completely out of a tape, and RX7 didn’t touch it at all. It’s completely rebuilt.
Mics: DPA 4060 w/MPS 6030 PSU/DAD6001/DAD4099, Neumann KM 131, KMR 81i, Oktava MK 012, Sennheiser MKH 105, MKH 20, MKH 30, MKH 40, MKH 800 TWIN, lots of other studio appropriate choices
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Re: iZotope Rx 7
« Reply #159 on: October 07, 2020, 10:28:42 PM »
So, wacky question: with the stem separation so good, has anyone else considered separating and then mastering as if there were 4 stereo tracks, applying different filters to different instruments, then mixing back together?
Certainly would be a way to make mastering take even more time. Wonder if it'd be worthwhile. Maybe source material would be the determinant.

On the VanMo recording I'm working on currently, I'll be comparing my usual practice of mixing vocal stem back in to main track then eq'ing vs eq'ing the vocal stem prior to mixing it back in to the main track and eq'ing the whole thing. Full separation would be the next step in my ongoing quest to make things more complicated for myself.

Absolutely. I did a remaster of a U2 1993 broadcast show where I did exactly that--split it all apart, then remixed the whole thing with a bunch of effects.

I've also done a bunch of multiple IEM feed matrix recordings where I split apart each feed and then worked with the stems to build the mix.

Any chance you could post a sample of the before and after? i'm very interested.

You're in luck.

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1hLyoBHf5c2ZOWgAH3cNKeCHq4uGJb3hU?usp=sharing

Has the original untouched recording and then my remaster/remix.
Audio: Countryman B3 + SBD feeds
Wireless Receivers: Lots of those
Antennas: Lots of those
Cables: Lots of those
Recorders: Cymatic Utrack24, Cymatic LR16, RME Multiface, Zoom F8, (3) Tascam 680, (2) Tascam 2D, Zoom H6, Zoom H4n, and a graveyard of irivers/nomads/minidiscs.

 

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