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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Here's how Screaming Females producer Matt Bayles used RX and Ozone in making the new album, 'All At Once' (2/23, Don Giovanni).
GRAMMY-winning engineer Brian Warwick shares tips for recording a great vocal performance in the studio and at home, his approach using tuning software, and more.
Ben Goldwasser from MGMT talks about his love for iZotope’s VocalSynth, which was used extensively on their new album, Little Dark Age.
Scott Fraser, producer of the new album from Laurie Anderson and Kronos Quartet, talks about the importance of iZotope RX in removing unwanted noise.
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.
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.
Go behind the scenes at iZotope and learn about the making of our new mixing plug-in on this episode of The New Audio Podcast.
Prince left the world with a vast archive of unreleased material. How should it be disseminated and curated? Or should it stay locked away in the Paisley Park vaults?