November 27, 2015  

iZotope Ozone 7 Tutorial: Part 1 – Tape Saturation and Stereo Imaging

iZotope Ozone is one of the most popular pieces of software for mastering. It’s the complete tool for those looking to get their tracks polish and power. Announced last month, Ozone 7 brought with it new modules for re-creating some classic vintage equipment and functionality. Having already covered the new features in a recent FFL, PB mastering instructor Anthony Chapman has created a brand new three-part series mastering a new track from Debukas to show you how they work in practice. Watch part one below and make sure you subscribe to our YouTube channel so you don’t miss parts two and three.

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Mastering instructor Anthony Chapman shows you how to use the brand new version of iZotope’s Ozone in this new video series

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