Updated editions add Repair Assistant, Music Rebalance and more.

Cambridge, MA (September 14, 2018)—iZotope has released updates to its seventh generation of RX audio repair and enhancement software, affecting musician-oriented RX 7 Standard and RX Elements.

Among the new offerings in RX 7 Standard is Repair Assistant, a repair tool that analyzes audio to detect noise, clipping, clicks, and more, then offers three processing suggestions at three different intensities to help make fixes more quickly.

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Also new is Music Rebalance, which uses an algorithm trained with machine learning to perform source separation by identifying vocals, bass, percussion and other instruments. A user can then work with individual elements of a stereo audio track, making it possible to adjust a mix without multitracks.

Hand in hand with that is another new feature, Remove/Isolate Vocals, which allows users to create instrumental versions of songs by removing the vocal elements, or isolate the vocal to prepare a remix without having access to individual tracks or stems.

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Meanwhile, RX Elements has also been updated with a streamlined version of Repair Assistant, offering a single repair suggestion with a choice of three intensity levels.

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