RX Post Production Suite 4 includes the NEW Dialogue Match, RX 7 Advanced, Insight 2, Neutron 3 Advanced, Tonal Balance Control, RX Loudness Control, Stratus 3D, Symphony 3D, Groove3 video tutorials, and 250 sound effects from Pro Sound Effects.
Groundbreaking post production tools you’ll use in every session
RX Post Production Suite sees a major upgrade in version 4. With powerful new dialogue, mixing, and reverb tools, you’ll be ready for any post production job.
The most powerful software suite for post—ever.
RX has been the industry leader in audio repair for years, and Post Production Suite 4 only adds to its legacy. The revolutionary new Dialogue Match, mixing powerhouse Neutron 3 Advanced, and multichannel Stratus 3D and Symphony 3D reverbs join RX 7 Advanced, Insight 2, and RX Loudness Control to bring you the most comprehensive post-production software package on the market.
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Dialogue Match is a Pro Tools AudioSuite plug-in that learns the reverb, EQ, and ambiance data of a dialogue recording. It can then apply the profile to any other dialogue recording, giving your scene audio consistency across multiple environments.
Create immersive surround environments with unrivaled clarity using Stratus 3D. With up to 24-channel support, over 1,700 surround presets, and intelligent multichannel reverb controls, use Stratus 3D to get just the right amount of depth and dimension in any post-production job.
Our lush, colorful reverb engine gets a 24-channel upgrade in Symphony 3D, bringing rich modulation and dynamics effects to any surround music or post production. With channel-specific Balance controls and an expanded Warp section with Compression and Overdrive modules, Symphony 3D combines the creative power of R4 and R2 Surround while pushing their capabilities even further.
Choosing the Right RX Modules for Audio Repair
First thing’s first—with any audio issue, you have to identify what it is in order to treat it. Is it distortion? Hum? Noise from a fan?
Once you’ve successfully done so, the question becomes: what tools can you use to treat the audio and get the desired sound?
Successful audio repair often depends on the correct sequence of processing steps. For example, impulse noise repair algorithms like RX’s Mouth De-click module, should be run first, ahead of any hum or broadband noise reduction.
We suggest the following flowchart of processing steps for audio repair as a general guideline. It demonstrates that for many repair problems there are multiple modules in RX that can be used alternatively or in sequence.
Click here to open the chart in a new window at full size.
RX 7 Advanced
Operating system requirements:
Mac OS X 10.8.5 (Mountain Lion) – macOS 10.13 (High Sierra)
In addition to being available in RX 7 standalone mode, the modules are also compatible as plug-ins for popular hosts like
Audition CC 2017
Final Cut Pro 10
Logic Pro X
Media Composer 8.8
Premiere Pro CC 2017
Pro Tools 10-12
Studio One 3
*Supported in OS X 10.12
Neutron 2 Advanced
Neutron runs as a plug-in within your digital audio workstation. Neutron is not a standalone application.
Supported operating systems
Windows: 7, 8, and 10
Mac: OS X 10.9 –10.13
Supported plug-in hosts
Ableton Live 9, Cubase 8, Cubase 9*, FL Studio 12, Logic Pro X, Nuendo 7, Pro Tools 10-12, REAPER 5, Studio One 3
*Supported in OS X 10.12 or higher
Supported plug-in formats
AAX (64-bit), Audiosuite DPM, Audio Unit (32-bit and 64-bit), RTAS (32-bit), VST 2 (32-bit and 64-bit), and VST 3 (32-bit and 64-bit).
RX Loudness Control
RX Loudness Control runs as a plug-in for your video or audio editing software.
Operating system requirements
Windows: 7, 8 and 10
Mac: OS X 10.7-10.13
Supported plug-in Hosts
Media Composer 7.0.4 and 8.3.1, Premiere Pro CC*, Pro Tools 10-12.*Although we support CC 2015, you will have to manually move the presets from the old location to the new location in order to load them. Additional host support is under development.
Supported plug-in formats
Adobe Extension for Media Encoder CC, Adobe Extension for Premiere Pro CC, and AudioSuite DPM & AAX.
Supported operating systems
Windows: 7, 8, 10
Mac: OS X 10.8.5 (Mountain Lion) – macOS 10.13 (High Sierra)
* Dialogue Match is only available as an AudioSuite for current versions of Pro Tools for offline processing. It is not currently supported for use in Media Composer, or any host application other than Pro Tools 11 or later.
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