Join Scott Hirsch for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the exercise files, part of Repairing and Enhancing Audio with iZotope RX 4.
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- If you are a Premium member of Lynda.com, you have access to the Exercise Files used throughout this course. The Exercise Files have been compressed to a zip file called Exercise Files which you can download from this course's page on the website. Once uncompressed, you will have a folder on your desktop called Exercise Files, like we do here. Inside, you'll see iZotope RX files, Pro Tools files and other .wav files associated with the videos of the same name.
They're also neatly stacked in folders according to the chapter name. As long as you copy these files and folders to your work hard drive and don't go moving folders around, all the files will link up. The first time you open a Pro Tools or Logic file or if something gets moved, Logic or Pro Tools might ask you to relink the files. In that case, just click search and Logic or Pro Tools will automatically relink the files as long as the files are present on your drive. If you are a monthly or annual member of Lynda.com, you don't have access to these Exercise Files but you can follow along with your own projects.
Okay, great! Let's get started on Repairing and Enhancing Audio with iZotope RX 4.
- Exploring the workspace and workflow
- Processing files
- Cleaning audio
- Removing noise
- Working with a DAW
- Cleaning up noise in music and field audio
- Utilizing EQ Match and Ambience Match to fill gaps and match audio
- Time-stretching and pitching audio