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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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”
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.
Composer/mixer Mark Henry Phillips uses his arsenal of audio techniques to keep listeners focused on the story and add cinematic flair to the popular Serial podcast.
Find out what iZotope gear experimental artist Nick Franglen used during a joyfully chaotic live set with Velvet Underground legend John Cale.
iZotope checks in with Jordan Hewitt and Chomstars, winners of Beatport’s BT Producer Challenge, to learn about their experience and look at how BreakTweaker feeds into their work.
Producer Ross Lara gets inspired by sounds found from cities to the natural world and transforms them into pop magic using Break Tweaker.
Find out what inspired the cutting-edge electronic sounds in the new BreakTweaker expansion pack Modern Grooves by Black Octopus.