iZotope Ozone is one of the most powerful tools around for mastering your music and has helped to revolutionize the mastering process by making it accessible to anyone with even a modest budget. In this short video from the course Ozone 8 101: Mastering Toolbox, Matt Hepworth delves into the differences between two of the most commonly used processing character types: modern and vintage.
The differences between characters can be subtle but in this video you'll actually hear a clear example of how, by alternating between two different treatments of the same track, they really can give specific feels depending on how they are used. The various processing stages inside Ozone 8 can also use their own processor types, so it's not an "all or nothing" kind of a deal - you can create custom setups easily. Be sure to check out the whole course using the links below to learn everything you need to know about Ozone 8!
Mastering is an art, and every mastering artist must know their tools. In this well thought-out, step-by-step exploration of Ozone 8, you learn every module and explore all of the new features. Best of all, you get a great understanding of how Ozone 8 will make your tracks sound even better than you ever thought possible!
In this 36-tutorial course, Matt Hepworth takes you through Ozone’s massive feature set. You learn about signal flow, I-O metering, Auto-Gain Matching, Mid/Side processing and file management. You discover how to use the new Master Assistant, a great feature designed to quickly get you on the right way when starting to master a track.
Of course, Matt gives an in-depth look at all the different modules: EQ, Vintage EQ, Vintage Tape, Exciter, Vintage Compressor, Dynamics, Dynamic EQ, Spectral Shaper, Imager, Post EQ, Vintage Limiter, and Maximizer. You learn what they are, what they do and how they work both independently and in the mastering chain. You also learn about iZotope Insight, Tonal Balance Control, dithering, and more!
So don't wait. Watch this in-action course and get the knowledge you need to "master" iZotope’s Ozone 8!