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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”
Check out the third Installment of The New Audio Podcast. We sat down with several iZotope employees as well as some special guests to figure out what happened this year in music and beyond.
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.
Check out iZotope’s brand spanking ‘The New Audio Podcast’ wherein we interview GRAMMY-winning indie-rock producers John Congleton and Dave Fridmann. Come for the inside production tips, stay for the comedy.
Hip-hop pioneer Earl Sweatshirt recorded and mixed his album with engineer Josh Berg using only a laptop and select pieces of software. Learn how Trash 2 helps to bring Earl’s vision to life.
Find out how the Emmy-winning composer used Iris and Ozone to compose cinematic musical cues for the acclaimed original Netflix program Chef’s Table.