iZotope has released an updated version of the RX Audio Editor audio restoration program. As stated, in the new RX9, even more tools for sound correction will become available to professionals. For example, the Spectral Recovery tool will help you restore dialogues, and the Wow & Flutter function will help you correct the pitch. The Batch Processor and Loudness Control functions have also been improved. Musicians will be able to use the Guitar De-noise tool, designed specifically for tweaking the sound of guitar recordings. According to iZotope, the RX9 editor is an audio toolbox with surgical precision.
Among other things, the developers paid attention to the improved interface and the appearance of horizontal scrolling in the Spectrogram Display window: this is designed to speed up the workflow and make it easier to work with mixes.
iZotope General Product Manager Mike Rozett noted that RX9 and the built-in tools “are designed to help people solve impossible problems.
Added native support for Mac computers based on Apple silicon.
RX ARA plug-ins are currently only supported in Logic Pro when opened with Rosetta.
The RX VST2 plugins do not have built-in support and are only available in DAWs/NLEs opened with Rosetta.
RX App: VST2 Plugin Hosting can only be enabled if the RX App is opened with Rosetta.
Added support for macOS Monterey (12.2.x).
Added support for Windows 11.
Fixed incorrect preset name display when switching between multiple instances of the same module in a given module chain.
Fixed an issue where the waveform view value zoom level was reset to default after rendering.
Fixed an error message that occurred when trying to trial or demo the RX plug-in in Logic running in native mode.
2. Run iZotope_RX_9_Audio_Editor_Advanced_v9_3_0_Crack.exe archiver from “Crack” folder and install with file replacement in C:\Program Files
3. Run iZotope_RX_9.reg file
4. Run iZotope RX 9 Audio Editor