Why upgrade to VocalSynth 2? Read the top reasons, including the new Biovox module, better performance and sounds, and inter-plugin communication.
New to VocalSynth 2 is a module for modulating signals called Biovox. In this blog post, Shahan Nercessian, the developer of Biovox, explains what it is, how it works, and the new manipulation controls that it brings to VocalSynth 2.
Read what’s different about VocalSynth 2’s design, including an animation you can interact with, a reorderable FX chain, and why we made these changes.
Writer, producer, and musician Jacknife Lee talks to iZotope about how he used DDLY on the new Snow Patrol record ‘Wildness.’
Learn about the interplug-in communication in VocalSynth 2, and how to use it with Neutron’s Visual Mixer, Masking Meter, and Tonal Balance Control.
Producer Burke Reid weighs in on how he used Ozone and Neutron when mixing Courtney Barnett’s new record ‘Tell Me How You Really Feel.’
When and why was the humble vocoder invented? In this brief history, we journey back to the vocoder’s origins.
We’re thrilled to announce two exciting updates to our creative product line: VocalSynth 2 and the iZotope Creative Suite, featuring seven of our music production software tools.
Automation isn’t just for mix engineers. Learn three ways to use automation and create more expressive tracks in music production, sound design, and composition.
Get advice for mixing and sound-designing podcasts from engineer Vincent Cacchione, composer Jon Bernstein, and the co-creator and mixing engineer from behind Welcome to Night Vale, Joseph Fink.
Downtempo electronic-pop duo Sleeping Lion shares why saying what you want to say is the most essential ingredient when creating music.
Mixing engineer Alan Moulder outlines where he used Ozone on the new Beach House album ‘7.’