iZotope
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RX(2), Iris(1), Ozone(1)

iZotope articles

  • A review of iZotope Ozone 7 Advanced and Ozone 7
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    A review of iZotope Ozone 7 Advanced and Ozone 7 - Lucky Sevens

    01/07/16

    The Ozone mastering suite from iZotope has gotten better with each major update. The latest, Ozone 7, adds vintage modules to its processing arsenal, which allow you to add warm, analog-like sounds. All but one of the new modules are exclusive to Ozone 7 Advanced, which is more costly than the standard version of Ozone 7. Both versions have seen …

  • A noise-removal tutorial with the Spectral Repair Module in iZotope RX
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    A noise-removal tutorial with the Spectral Repair Modul… - A Unique Tool for Cleaning Up Audio Glitches

    09/27/14

    There’s no such thing as magic, but after using some of today’s amazingly powerful DSP software, it sometimes seems like there is. One product that definitely has the magic touch is iZotope RX, an audio restoration suite that just came out with its fourth major revision, RX 4, which introduces some cool new features. In this article, though, we’re…

  • iZotope BreakTweaker Review
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    iZotope BreakTweaker Review - Tweaking the Breaks

    03/05/14

    The partnership between artist BT and iZotope has resulted in a new plug-in, the BreakTweaker. Is it just another drum machine or a more advanced tool than it seems?

  • iZotope RX 3 Review
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    iZotope RX 3 Review - Threesome

    01/01/14

    After adding the RX to its software catalog in 2007, iZotope has made a name for itself in the audio restoration world. The second version came out in 2010 and really drove it home making the software a reference in this domain.

  • iZotope Iris Review
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    iZotope Iris Review - At Your Beck and Call

    07/02/12

    iZotope is famous for its effects, audio processing and restoration tools. Now, the manufacturer enters the world of virtual instruments with the launch of Iris, its first synth. Knowing iZotope, we expect nothing but a very original approach. Are we wrong?