iZotope's critically-acclaimed Ozone mastering software has been a studio staple for audio engineers and music producers. Learn about audio mastering and how to create professional-sounding master recordings using the tutorials below.
Mastering Month Series: These webinars were part of iZotope's Mastering Month. Each topic features insights from noted mastering engineer and iZotope Education Director Jonathan Wyner.
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.
Many of us are used to thinking of our recordings in terms of left and right channel. However listening to and processing recordings as mid/side (center and edges of the stereo field) leads us to many interesting possibilities. Dave talks about "listening in side" and how it can reveal mixing tricks and flaws, and about the basics of applying mid/side processing in a mastering setting.
Better skills = better music. Our free game-based course will help you practice and improve your audio skills.
iZotope has teamed up with Greg to offer presets designed and used by the legendary mastering engineer on a daily basis. Experiment with these tips from Greg to get great-sounding masters using these presets!
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.
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.
In this video, iZotope’s Education Director Jonathan Wyner explores the what, when, why, and how of using mid/side processing for mastering your audio.