It's a treat for us to share stories from fellow members of the iZotope Community. These stories come from people of diverse backgrounds and skills, including top recording artists, producers, mixing engineers, mastering engineers, sound designers, and many more.
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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.
Multi-instrumentalist Peter Mol of indie-pop band Zerbin talks about making money from music publishing, collaborating on songs remotely, and more.
Owl City talks with iZotope about songwriting on tour, pop music, film scoring, and how he uses RX to rescue old audio.
Dror Mohar, Supervising Sound Editor of The Circle, talks about his process designing sound for the film, keeping futuristic sounds authentic, and how he used RX.
Episode 11 of The New Audio Podcast: Nick Krill talks about the importance of music production as play, chatting with The Chainsmokers, and more.
On Episode 12 of The New Audio Podcast, we interview Guy Lawrence from the UK house duo Disclosure.
Aaron Taylor explains why his limitations playing guitar are blessings in disguise and why you should start writing songs with the gear you already own.
Audio engineer Colin Brittain (One Ok Rock, Papa Roach, All Time Low) and producer Chad Cisneros (Tritonal) share how they use iZotope’s VocalSynth plug-in.
In this interview, Latrell James sat down with us to talk about the role of mastering presets, where he turns to learn new mixing and mastering techniques, and how he uses Ozone to master his songs.