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What is reverb? Using audio examples, we reflect on the different types of reverb and how musicians, producers, and engineers can use it.
Learn tools and techniques for managing the low frequencies in your mix, including Neutron 2's Masking Meter, sidechaining, and more.
Aaron Taylor explains why his limitations playing guitar are blessings in disguise and why you should start writing songs with the gear you already own.
Learn more about Dr. Susan Rogers and the beginning of her career working with Prince.
Leafcutter John talks to iZotope about Iris, the new Polar Bear record In Each and Every One, and creating a light-triggered MIDI controller made out of cardboard.
Brendan Baker from Radiotopia’s Love + Radio chats about the show, the challenges most podcasters face, and how he solves them.
On Episode 12 of The New Audio Podcast, we interview Guy Lawrence from the UK house duo Disclosure.
Mark Henry Phillips is the producer, recordist, editor, sound designer, and composer of Homecoming. He shares how he tied everything together.
iZotope sits down with mastering engineer, songwriter, and musician TW Walsh to discuss mastering philosophy, pre-mastering, preparing for vinyl, and more.
The Sound Supervising Editor behind some of Marvel Studios’ biggest blockbusters is the one rescuing superheroes—from the cutting-room floor.
Grueling athletic events like the Tour de France present unique audio challenges that can only be solved through experience, intense work ethic, and a little creative RX’ing.