iZotope’s Ozone software has grown to become one of the go-to tools for mastering in the box. Version 6 saw the introduction of a new signal path system, allowing users to drag and drop different modules from the software, as well as third party plugins for the first time. Now version 7 has introduced new vintage modes, bringing brand new EQ, compressors and tape emulations to the plugin.
For their latest FFL, Point Blank were joined by mastering instructor Anthony Chapman to look at what’s new in version 7 and to give you some mastering tips along the way. Make sure you subscribe to Point Blank’s YouTube channel for more tutorials and live events just like this.
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