iZotope RX 5 De-click Plugin
Removing Mouth Clicks from Audio Recordings When recording a voiceover or vocal track with a sensitive microphone, we can start to hear the mechanical noises of the mouth, and they can be distracting. Mouth clicks and smacks can be re... read more
Removing Mouth Clicks from Audio Recordings When recording a voiceover or vocal track with a sensitive microphone, we can start to hear the mechanical noises of the mouth, and they can be distracting. Mouth clicks and smacks can be removed easily from a recording using the De-click module in iZotope’s RX audio repair software, without affecting intelligibility.
Removing Digital Clicks and Pops Sync problems and ground loops between a computer and audio interface can create an audio track mired by digital clicks and pops. The De-click plug-in in iZotope’s RX audio noise reduction software can effortlessly remove digital errors like these and preserve an otherwise unusable audio track.
How to Remove Cell Phone Interference from Audio Recordings It is common to find recordings mired by GSM cell phone interference -- a “dit dit dit” or buzzing sound from the RF transmission that can creep into analog circuits. The De-Click module in iZotope’s RX audio noise reduction software has a preset built specifically for mitigating this problem.
Sound Design Inside of iZotope RX While the RX Audio Editor is often used as an audio repair tool, it can also be used as a powerful tool for expanding your sound design palette. Create exotic sound effects quickly using the unique visual editing capabilities and processing modules in RX.
Reducing Pick Noise and Attack from a Guitar Track A classic trick for reducing the pick sound on an acoustic guitar part is to use a De-esser, but this can also take away some of the high frequency presence of the strings and cause pumping. Using the De-click module in iZotope’s RX audio repair software, we can reduce the pick sound and soften the attack of an acoustic guitar track subtly and without affecting the transient clarity of the instrument. This can also work well on picked electric bass, ride cymbals, hi-hats, and other drums and percussion.
How to Clean Up Your Guitar Sound Many of the issues we run into when recording guitars can be avoided by careful setup and proper room treatment. However, due to cost and time constraints, recordings are often made under less-than-ideal conditions—which can result in great guitar sounds affected by background noise, amp buzz, clipping, and other distractions. Fortunately, with iZotope’s RX audio repair software, these issues can be fixed effectively and quickly, so you don't have to throw out an otherwise perfect performance.