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iZotope RX7: Producer Jake One Isolates & Flips Samples Using The Software
iZotope RX7: Producer Jake One Isolates & Flips Samples Using The Software

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iZotope RX7, A Game-Changer For DAW-Based Music

With its sound repair and isolation abilities, iZotope RX7 is innovative, intelligent and powerful music software. Not only can you erase audio problems, but you can also manipulate samples in cool ways. Jake One shows how you can take a single sample of layered music, and separate it into stems. With a few clicks, you’ve got the vocals, percussion, bass, etc as its own stem. This is possible with the Music Rebalance function. With it, you can enhance or isolate mix elements, or perform vocal isolation without multi-tracks. Furthermore, the assistive audio technology of the Repair Assistant will remove noise clicks or crackles. Multi-channel editing workflow in RX7 will assist in all your surround projects with the support of the Dolby Atmos 7.1.2.

Where To Download Your Copy

This groundbreaking software by iZotope is available as a digital download here at Amazon. In this marketplace, you've got plenty of reviews by consumers and numerous price options. Prices range between $129.00 and $1,199.00, depending on which version you choose. Jake One also uses Serato Sample in his beat-making demo, which is available here at Amazon.

Fix-It With The Repair Assistant

Repair Assistant will resolve your most common audio issues faster than ever. For instance, let’s say the guitar solo of your track is distorted or clipped. Open up the Repair Assistant on the top right-hand side of the screen. Make sure it is in music mode and when you’re ready, begin an analysis of the audio. Next, the software will detect audio problems and provide comparative suggestions in the repair options pane. As you hover over the repair options, tooltips show what the repair assistant did to the audio. You will also see the specific modules that solved the problem. If you’re happy with the results of the audio analysis, press render. Once the render is done, the Repair Assistant provides a repaired audio file.

Shape Up Your Sounds With De-Bleed

The audio repair abilities of RX7 will clean up a vocal performance and remove guitar squeaks. This thing can even remove track bleed, like when the performer is too close to the microphone. When you need to remove that headphone click bleeding into that vocal mic, employ RX7’s De-Bleed option. Just select the source of the bleed in your audio, and slide it into another track. Choose from the drop-down menu and select press to learn. This function will analyze the relationship between the two tracks and as a double-check. As a result, it will make sure things are in the right place. So the next time you have track bleed, select the source and then use the De-bleed option. If you don't have access to the source track of the bleed, you can still isolate the vocal from the other instruments. For example, if someone is singing and playing guitar, just use the Music Balance function.

Move, Isolate And Repurpose With Music Balance

In Music Balance, you can shift, isolate and move around different elements of a stereo mono or even multitrack file. For example, you can change the loudness of a vocal, bass or drums within a single track. In addition, you can suck only the vocal parts out of a track. With all that said, this single function within iZotope's software presents many creative possibilities. Once you turn it on, a myriad of possibilities of sound manipulation awaits you.

A New Way To Flip Your Samples

Music Balance isn’t just for resolving track bleed, you can also use it to flip samples. From his studio, Jake One isolates a couple of his favorite tunes with the function to provide himself with a new palette of sounds. As a result, the super-producer uses this innovative software to take sample-based production to a new level. Therefore, dig back into your vinyl collection and dream of new ways to get sounds you couldn't before. Jake shows how to repurpose sounds for loop creation using the sounds isolation technology of iZotope RX7.


RX7 is sort of like a photo editor for your audio. Most engineers and producers are used to seeing a waveform while they work. However, iZotope RX7 changes all that with a detailed spectrogram visual of your audio file. With this visual display of your audio, you have much more information to work with. For instance, you can see and fix audio issues such as track bleed visually. Then once you identify the audio issue, you can just paint it away. As a result, you have a whole new way of thinking about audio and tackling audio problems.

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