iZotope Ozone 9Latest Version
iZotope Ozone 9Latest Version
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Bring balance to your music Ozone 9 Advanced. Enjoy never-before-seen processing for low end, real-time instrument separation, and lightning-fast workflows powered by machine learning.
Ozone 9 Advanced features
Tonal Balance Control 2 Plug-in
Native Instruments NKS Support
Low End Focus
|Plugin Format||VST, AU, AAX|
|Operating Systems||Mac, Windows|
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Based on 100 Reviews and 645 Ratings
love it, it comes with a ton of mastering presets you can deconstruct and learn from. visually it's great too, the interface is pretty easy to grasp.
google "mastering with ozone pdf", the izotope guys made the best FREE guide out there for understanding wtf mastering is and does.Version: iZotope Ozone 5
THE mastering suite
This bundle has literally everything an in-the-box producer could need for mastering their mixdowns. All of the plugins work wonders (the harmonic exciter is my favorite, it does really cool stuff to your hi hats), and it really makes your final product shine when used correctly. A lot of people bounce audio out to a new session and then use Ozone, but I prefer to use it in the original session, although this is CPU-intensive and really about personal preference. If you are going to use it in-session, I recommend doing some A/B testing with other mastered tracks BEHIND these plugins using Sample Magic A/B or something similar.Version: iZotope Ozone 5
Ozone 4 has some features later Ozone versions don't...
Even though I have Ozone 7 and use it most of the time, I still use Ozone 4 for a few things, though usually on a channel rather than the master bus. The Multiband Dynamics in Ozone 4 includes a gate feature that isn't in 7, so you can eliminate specific frequency ranges below a certain threshold. Sometimes that's exactly what you need to remove noise & keep the sparkle on a channel. And then there's the frequency matching & morphing! Ozone 7 has this too, but Ozone 4 let you save snapshots of different songs / channels & reload the snapshots from a file later. I'd built a library of EQ curve snapshots from my favorite songs, and also of isolated tracks from commercial songs. So if you wanted your vocal to match the frequency curve of a pro isolated vocal you found, or to match the EQ of your guitar to an isolated pro guitar part, you could save a snapshot of the isolated track to your library, then use Ozone 4 to match to it... or even just show the curve as a comparison reference while you program in your own EQ with other plugins.Version: iZotope Ozone 4
All You Need
The Ozone 8 Suite is the best all-in-one kit for mixing and mastering your song. Provides incredible modularity and simplicity when taking care of frequency balancing, stereo imaging, leveling, and more. Provides a great set of presets that show you what each genre aims for in their various mixing and mastering styles. Quite literally the Midas Touch of music.Version: iZotope Ozone 8
edited 10 months ago
Should be every producer/DJ's default mastering solution
For a quick mastering solution, Ozone is the best thing out there BY FAR.
While Ozone does corrective & color processing really well, it doesn't really excel at either (unless given ample time to tweak stuff, which can be overwhelming given the UI). For that reason, I suggest looking into other offerings once your budget allows you to do so (e.g. FabFilter Pro Bundle for corrective processing & Plugin Alliance subscription bundle for color).
Best Ozone yet !!
I got the Tonal balance bundle, so along with Ozone 9 advanced, I also got Neutron 3 advanced and Nectar 3 Plus . I 've had Ozone 7 and 8 and they've gone from strength to strengthm but one of the things I loved immedately about 9, is that you can load every one of the modules as a vst in it's own right, so I could load Vintage tape on a snare, and then grab Neutron 3's Transient shaper, or any other combination, without needing to use all those modules only from within the Ozone shell program itself, and I find that liberating, because if I wanted to use the exciter on a hi hat, I don't have to load the whole program, which is like using a sledgehammer to open a peanut. I wasn't expecting this as a feature, and I'd never seen anyone else mention it, so it was a great surprise, after scanning in FL for new plugins, to discover that the modules were all listed individually. Very nice surprise !!! I can still load Ozone, and whatever module environment I want within it, but the freedom to set adrift from the main program is awesome !!