iZotope teases Ozone 10 and RX 10 – Professional audio post-production tools


iZotope, creator of a whole suite of audio post-production tools, has started teasing version 10 of its flagship products. And meanwhile iZotope Ozone 10 and RX 10, the current versions are on promotion. So now might be a good time to grab a copy, as you’ll get a free upgrade to version 10 when it’s released.

Good visuals are, of course, key to any film project. But never underestimate the power of sound! Stunning pictures with miserable sound are never good. Sound is therefore important, as is audio post-production.

iZotope’s tools are designed precisely to repair, edit and improve sound. RX is software that aims to fix typical sound issues like excessive ambient noise, pops, and crackles. Here is a brief overview of the features of the RX9:

iZotope RX and Ozone

Once that’s done, Ozone is there to bring it all together. This mastering suite helps audio editors balance the final mix and give the movie project in question an overall high-quality sound. Here is also a brief overview of the software:

And since iZotope Ozone 10 and RX 10 are just around the corner, the company has decided to launch a special offer for its products. If you want to get into audio editing, now might be a good time to check out iZotope’s list of offerings:

The Standard version of Ozone 9 is $50 ($199 from $249), the Advanced The version is $349 ($150 off), or, for $50 more, you can get a set of Ozone 9 Advanced, Neutron 4, Tonal Balance Control 2, Nectar 3 Plus, Neoverb, and Melodyne 5 Essential ( $399 instead of $699).

iZotope Ozone
image credit: iZotope

All purchases made after August 3 include a free upgrade to iZotope Ozone 10 when released. If you need audio repair, iZotope RX is for you: again, the company offers these tools at a discounted price that includes a free upgrade to RX 10 once it goes on sale.

iZotope RX 9 interface. Image credit: iZotope

iZotope RX 9 Standard is $299 ($100 off), the advanced version is $799 ($400 off). Packages are also available:


iZotope RX in particular has become a very popular tool for solving common audio issues in post-production, and as stated above, good sound is key to any film project. Being able to fix issues with recorded audio with just software is really cool and can up your game in moviemaking.

iZotope has yet to announce when exactly version 10 of RX and Ozone will be released, but I think it won’t be too long.

Link: iZotope website

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