iZotope has been chosen by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences for an Engineering Emmy RX 7 Advanced audio repair software.
The Engineering Emmy is presented to an individual, company or organization for engineering developments so significant that they materially affect the transmission, recording or reception of television. RX 7 will be honored alongside Boris FX Sapphire, Fab Filter Pro-Q3, Silhouette, Boris FX Mocha Pro and JPEG later this month at the 71st Engineering Emmy Awards at the JW Marriott Hotel at L.A. LIVE.
“The entire team at iZotope is very pleased and honored to earn this accolade for our latest version of RX by the Television Academy,” says iZotope chief executive officer Mark Ethier. “Since its original release, we have made a number of advancements in machine learning that have helped the software evolve to become the gold standard in audio repair. We are hugely thankful to the RX user community as we could not have earned this recognition without their continuous input and feedback.”
In 2013, iZotope also won an Emmy Award for RX 3 — in the same product line — for “Outstanding Achievement in Engineering Development.” Since then, 22 additional noise reduction and repair modules have been added to RX, drawing from proprietary research and machine learning to make advances in audio signal processing.