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But inevitably I end up with a voice track that is clean but now has lost the natural resonance This is what dialogue mixers spend years, decades, perfecting - as well as dialogue editors, for their properly-prepared tracks make or break a dialogue mix. In short, I recommend being more open and accepting of noise. Used decisively an treated with respect, ...


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What is your use case scenario? Field recordings or vocals? You can if you have the advanced version of 2 or 3. You could also use the 'envelope' function to create a frequency curve that allows you to attenuate noise in a specific frequency range. Highly useful function especially with complex material (with loud low or midrange sounds), because it makes '...


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I think what you're looking for is only to be found in CSI [city of your choice] not in real life. Izotope is about as good as it gets, but it needs a reasonably constant noise-floor to suppress. You could try a multi-band compressor to lift everything to the same level, but you'd be unlikely to be able to push the foreground conversation back far enough ...


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I tend to avoid multi-band compressors. Why should an instrument have different tone settings because it got louder in the mix? They always seem to change the EQ in an unpredictable way. That being said; are the two you mentioned expensive for just an EQ? Maybe not to pros; but with Alloy, you also get a number of extras. Which sounds better? Both have ...


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I really like ChannelStrip 3 by Metric Halo. Having the ability to make the GUI larger is really nice and the RRTA in the EQ section is very helpful. I've also been digging the Eventide Ultra Channel. They made it available for free a couple months back and I just started getting into it. The Omnipressor sections is sweet and the EQ curves sound amazing.


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I got a response from Izotope. I sent a message saying: Hi, I thought that "Save RX Document As..." meant it would save all the currently open tabs. However, when I went back to one, it only opened the exact tab/file I was on when I saved. Is there some other way to save all tabs, or do I need to save each file as its own RX document? Thank you ...


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You need to set up an Aux in Pro tools with Izotope Monitor as an insert, then select Monitor as the audio device in RX


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I don't know if you necessarily need RX - sounds like EQ is going to be a more effective tool. RX is used to remove noise and fix specific issues: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4dISychPQEt04pe2EFaPRHe_477PZWdW Mike Thornton's vids give you a good overview. They actually show you it step by step too. If your sound is all midrange then EQ to add ...


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Every audio file is different so what works on 1 might not work on the other. What about it reminds you of a telephone? frequency spectrum, EQ, distortion? Depending on the issue you might need RX but other tools might help you out more. Its a very deep set of tools. How much have you tried? Have you read through the Izotope Noise reduction guide, some ...


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