How to Use iZotope RX 7 Audio Editor Advanced 7.01-R2R to Repair and Enhance Your Audio
iZotope RX 7 Audio Editor Advanced 7.01-R2R is a powerful software that can help you fix various audio issues, such as noise, clicks, pops, hums, distortions, and more. It can also improve the quality and clarity of your dialogue, vocals, music, and sound effects. Whether you are working on a film, podcast, music production, or any other audio project, iZotope RX 7 Audio Editor Advanced 7.01-R2R can help you achieve professional results.
In this article, we will show you how to use some of the key features of iZotope RX 7 Audio Editor Advanced 7.01-R2R, such as:
The Dialogue Contour module, which allows you to reshape the intonation and pitch of dialogue to match the context and emotion of the scene.
The De-rustle and Dialog Isolate modules, which can remove unwanted noises from dialogue recordings, such as clothing rustle, wind, background chatter, and more.
The Multichannel support, which enables you to edit and repair audio up to 7.1.2 Dolby Atmos.
Before we begin, make sure you have downloaded and installed iZotope RX 7 Audio Editor Advanced 7.01-R2R from here. You can also download a free trial version from here. You will need a compatible host application to use iZotope RX 7 Audio Editor Advanced 7.01-R2R as a plug-in, such as Pro Tools, Logic Pro X, Cubase, or Adobe Audition.
How to Use Dialogue Contour in iZotope RX 7 Audio Editor Advanced 7.01-R2R
Dialogue Contour is a new module in iZotope RX 7 Audio Editor Advanced 7.01-R2R that lets you adjust the pitch and inflection of dialogue recordings to match the intended performance or emotion of the scene. For example, you can turn a statement into a question, or make a flat delivery sound more expressive.
To use Dialogue Contour in iZotope RX 7 Audio Editor Advanced 7.01-R2R, follow these steps:
Open your audio file in iZotope RX 7 Audio Editor Advanced 7.01-R2R standalone or as a plug-in in your host application.
Select the dialogue clip that you want to edit and click on the Dialogue Contour module in the Module Chain panel.
In the Dialogue Contour window, you will see a waveform display with pitch contour lines representing the original and processed dialogue. You can zoom in and out using the mouse wheel or the zoom buttons at the bottom.
To create a new pitch contour point, click on the processed pitch contour line where you want to change the pitch. You can drag the point up or down to adjust the pitch level, or left or right to adjust the timing.
To delete a pitch contour point, right-click on it and select Delete Point.
To reset the pitch contour to its original state, click on the Reset button at the top right corner.
To preview the processed dialogue, click on the Preview button at the bottom right corner. You can also use the Bypass button to toggle between the original and processed dialogue.
When you are happy with the result, click on the Render button at the bottom right corner to apply the changes to your audio file.
You can also use Dialogue Contour as an AudioSuite plug-in in Pro Tools to process multiple clips at once. To do so, select all the clips that you want to edit in Pro Tools timeline and choose Dialogue Contour from the AudioSuite menu. Then follow steps 3 to 8 above.
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