Let’s explore the evolution of iZotope’s Ozone, from its humble beginnings to the recent release of Ozone 9.
Learn how mastering to a reference, using true peak normalization, and previewing artifacts can help you create a master that’s optimized for streaming.
What similarities do Hamilton and approaching an unmastered mix share?
Let’s explore three new modules in iZotope’s Ozone 9 Advanced and learn how they can elevate your mastering workflow.
Let’s explore two new modules in iZotope’s Neutron 3 Advanced and learn how they can elevate your mixing workflow.
Learn four techniques for widening your track that can help create a mix where each element has space and stands out.
From creating hidden endings to embedding images in spectrograms, let’s explore three ways you can sneak Easter eggs into your own music.
The frequency domain might look a little intimidating at first glance, but it’s actually not that complicated – in this blog post, learn about the domain and how to analyze it.
Learn how to use Ozone 8 Advanced’s Master Assistant to maximize the power of reference tracks in just several simple steps.
Learn how to mix your vocals with ease and precision with iZotope’s Nectar 3.
Let’s explore how to add a forward-thinking feel to your vocals using harmonies created with VocalSynth 2.
This feature guide gives you a glimpse into some of the new and best features iZotope’s Nectar 3 brings to the table.