A Brief History of Vocal Doubling
Take a look back at the storied history of vocal doubling, including the important figures and songs that shaped the now-ubiquitous vocal production technique.
Mixing Audio for Video, Part 3: the Tools of the Trade
In Part 3 of the “Mixing Audio for Video” series we explore the tools of the trade—what you need to get the job done, and how to make the most out of what you already have.
Using Splice to Find Inspiration for Your Next Song
Have you ever gotten stuck and didn’t know how to make your song better? See how using Splice can help you find inspiration and make your songs sound fresh.
The Pro Sound Effects in iZotope RX Post Production Suite 3
We talk to David Forshee from Pro Sound Effects about The Odyssey Collection: Design Elements library included in Post Production Suite 3. Explore the curated selection of sound design building blocks from the personal libraries of Mark Mangini and Richard L. Anderson.
Why Upgrade to Insight 2?
If you own the first version of iZotope Insight and are wondering why you should upgrade to Insight 2, this guide is for you. Learn about the new Intelligibility Meter for mixing dialogue, the updated look and feel for a faster workflow, and more.
Writing Song Starters, Vocal Hooks, and Choral Sections with EXHALE and VocalSynth 2
Explore three ways to use Output Exhale—a powerful vocal engine for playing, creating and manipulating the human voice—with iZotope’s own VocalSynth 2.
6 Times to Use Multiple Reverbs in a Mix
When should you use multiple reverbs in a single mix? We explore six different mixing scenarios when employing more than one ‘verb might be just the trick.
Understanding Chorus, Flangers, and Phasers in Audio Production
Often confused with each other, phase-based processors offer interesting sound design options for producers. Today, we discuss chorus, flangers, and phasers.