People often contact us looking for information about cleaning up audio files. This ranges from removing background noise to cleaning up voice recordings to tape hiss removal. We have even been contacted about recording vinyl to digital.
Although (in theory) we can provide all of these services the drawback is that it takes time and we have to charge professional rates for our time. Our audio noise reduction software is good but it requires our input to achieve a clean result. Some people think we have a magic tool where we can put poor-quality audio in and receive shiny new audio out. Sadly, this is not the case.
We use a piece of software called RX which is brilliant. The downside is that it costs money to buy and you need to be a little bit of an audio head to use it.
So, where’s the good news?
Well, today I noticed that the company that makes the RX software also makes a much simpler, much cheaper version of their audio clean up tools. It looks ideal for many uses and knowing Izotope, I suspect it has the DNA of their more expensive software. There is a free trial and at present, it only costs $39 for the full version.
We have no affiliation with this company; this is purely to inform readers of something that they may find really useful.
Here is a link to the section on their site