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Old 05-26-2018, 11:48 AM
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Default Re: How to decrackle an audio file?

Originally Posted by Bob L View Post
The RX sales were in April this year. The upgrade pricing in this sale period was pretty good; I had planned to do the Standard 5 to 6 Advanced upgrade for $400ish (usually $700ish), but the Advanced feature set wasn't attractive for me so I did Standard 5 to Standard 6 for $129 through AD.

I know you follow the sales and have seen that Izotope has something on sale all the time. I don't think RX will pop up soon, as they just did it.
Darn - missed it. Didn't have the need or funds earlier to get it.
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