Enhance your audio and video editing software with the unique tools and groundbreaking new improvements of RX 5 Audio Editor noise reduction software.

Repair, enhance, and restore problematic production audio – from plosives to microphone bumps to inconsistent levels – and dramatically improve sound quality and clarity.

RX’s audio editor features a clean layout with a very nice waveform and spectrogram display that can be customized to blend both visualization modes, offering a great deal of information about the amplitude and frequency of the audio material in place.

The editor also features a clip-gain line, which provides very easy gain adjustment of the audio before it hits the modules.

Right-section of the interface houses the modules – which I’ll go through in a moment and visualization options for frequency and amplitude.

Lower section provides scrolling, further visualization and zoom controls, and the tools you need to select amplitude, frequency or time of the material and also a instant-process button that applies de-click, attenuate, fade, gain or spectral repair (replace) based upon common-use presets.

This greatly speeds up the workflow and helps a lot if you’re dealing with lengthy material that needs a ton of small adjustments.

Used in conjunction with the lasso tool it greatly straights up the process, allowing for quick repairs on the highlighted frequency, amplitude and time regions.