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In this video, get five quick tips on how to make your mix sound better before mastering, whether you’re working with bass-heavy audio or lead vocals.
Take care of vocal editing, comping, and cleanup at the right time in your workflow and keep your momentum flowing in the right direction.
A well-produced track is like a top-shelf steak—overcook it and you just might ruin it. Here are a few tips to help you know when to let go of your perfectionism and call your project done.
The codec preview option in Ozone 7 Advanced lets you monitor the final results and the artifacts of lossy encoding, so that you can make smart processing decisions and create better sounding masters right inside of Ozone.
With the richness, musicality, and color of classic Pultec-style equalizers, Vintage EQ lets you brighten your master, smooth out heavy low end, and add body to your digital recordings. Learn how it works.
Inspired by vintage tape machines like the Studer A810, the Vintage Tape module & plug-in iZotope's Ozone 7 Advanced can add an analog color to your digital recordings.
It’s important for a mastering engineer understand what the artist is trying to accomplish, and keep open lines of communication throughout the process. This can be done ahead of the mastering session, or the artist can be a part of the mastering process themselves.