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.
Why upgrade from Ozone Elements to Ozone 8 Standard or Advanced? We break it down in this guide, including an improved Maximizer, track referencing, Tonal Balance Control, and more.
Learn how iZotope employees use the plug-ins that we make, including RX 6, Neutron 2, Ozone 8, and others.
Not a mastering engineer? No problem. Consider these ten tips your guide for getting a great master on your own, no matter where your expertise lies.
David Brewis of English rock band Field Music shares how he used Ozone while recording new album, Open Here.
Sometimes, when faced with unconventional problems in mastering music, unconventional solutions turn out to be the best choices.
Already own Ozone 7? Curious about how Ozone 7 Elements is different? Learn more here.
Get an inside look at the powerful signal processing and 70+ presets built into Ozone 7 Elements mastering plug-in.
Premiere hip-hop producer and ID Labs Studio founder E. Dan talks iZotope and the evolution of the Pittsburgh music scene.
Our own Matt Hines gives you tips for delivering balanced, impactful mixes, using the combination Dynamic EQ and True Peak limiter of RX Final Mix.