In this interview, electronic artist Neon Indian (Alan Palomo) talks about using Trash 2, Iris 2, and his music production setup.
In this interview, Gramatik reveals his recording setup, what plug-ins he relies on, and how he produces songs with live instrumentation in mind.
Mark Henry Phillips is the producer, recordist, editor, sound designer, and composer of Homecoming. He shares how he tied everything together.
Stefan Henrix, Supervising Sound Editor for three episodes of Black Mirror Season 3, talks about creating eerie sounds.
Owl City talks with iZotope about songwriting on tour, pop music, film scoring, and how he uses RX to rescue old audio.
Drummer and producer George Daniel of The 1975 shares an inside look at the production of their latest record: “I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware of It”
Grueling athletic events like Tour de France present unique audio challenges that can only be solved through experience, intense work ethic, and a little creative RX'ing
It’s a fact of music production: there’s something ineffable and downright mysterious about vintage gear. Along with our collective sonic history, there’s a certain aural vocabulary that finds its origins in classic records from the 1960s, ’70s, and ’80s that were made with vintage gear.