Artist Stories | October 27, 2016
At iZotope, we love audio in all its shapes and forms. "The New Audio Podcast" is a forum for candid, spirited, and wide-ranging discussions with audio engineers, producers, and musicians. We'll get to the bottom of the things, chat about industry trends, music, and even meet some of iZotope's talented core of audio professionals.
In our latest episode, we talk with some of the key players behind the creation of iZotope’s new product, Neutron. We’ll hear all about Neutron from iZotope engineers Jamie Martini, Hannah Robertson, Caleb Hoffman, and Neutron Product Manager, Matt Hines. From tackling the hardest of mixing problems, to the story behind Track Assistant, you’ll get the inside scoop on how the plug-in sausage gets made at iZotope. Mmmm, sausage. Oh, and (spoiler alert!) we’ll get to hear about some classic iZotope Easter Eggs as well. Mmmm, Easter Eggs.
Ok, here we go, it’s The New Audio Podcast!
iZotope Research Sound Design Manager Jack Cote gives an informal overview of the history of vocal effects.
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