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.
From microphone choice and placement to signal chain, tuning, and much more, read fifty-seven essential dos and don’ts of vocal production.
Which RX modules should you use? In what order? From clipping to clicks, crackle, and hum, we’ve created a sequence of processing steps for RX 6.
Turn your hardware and virtual instruments into shoegaze machines with these approaches using iZotope Trash 2 and DDLY.
Using Iris 2 we take you through how to learn any synthesizer in just three steps.
No, there does not have to be a twist: Neutron 2’s Visual Mixer is a fully playable, virtual pinball machine.
Apply delay effects creatively across different instruments and sounds, including basslines, synths, and entire beats.
Learn how iZotope employees use the plug-ins that we make, including RX 6, Neutron 2, Ozone 8, and others.
In this blog we build Foley-infused percussion loops using Trash 2, Vinyl, and VocalSynth. Follow along with audio examples.
Supervising sound editors and sound designers from the 2018 Oscar nominees share how they used RX 6 on films like The Shape of Water and Blade Runner 2049.