This feature guide gives you a glimpse into some of the new and best features iZotope’s Nectar 3 brings to the table.
In this article, let’s use Serum to turn back the clock and learn how to add some analog flavor to our digital sounds.
Music Rebalance and Repair Assistant are the newest features iZotope brings to RX 7 Standard – we take a look at how you can use them effectively in your productions.
We recreate the kicks heard in Kanye West’s “Love Lockdown,” Azealia Banks’ “Anna Wintour,” and Ghostemane’s “Mercury: Retrograde” using nothing but D16’s Punchbox.
In this blog post, we explore how to recreate the iconic vocal sounds of Daft Punk, Kanye West, and more using iZotope’s VocalSynth 2.
iZotope’s “Master the Modules” video series does a deep dive of VocalSynth 2’s five synthesis modules so that you can learn how to use the plugin at its fullest potential.
This feature guide explores iZotope’s VocalSynth 2, a plugin that allows you to elevate your vocal track from great to epic.
In this walkthrough, we look at how to use Output’s MOVEMENT on a drum loop to create glitchy-sounding grooves.
In this walkthrough, we look at how to use Output’s MOVEMENT on a vocal loop to create vocal chops.
In this walkthrough, we look at how to use Output’s MOVEMENT to wobble a piano chord progression.
In this blog post, we uncover a few techniques to get you started on mastering hip hop in your bedroom.
We compare the features available in Punchbox and Kick 2, two popular kick drum synthesizers, in an attempt to determine which is the better plugin.