Mastering is an art. You’ve got to have the right tools and know how to use them. This course takes you through each of the Ozone 7 modules and explains what they do and why you need to know them. Completing this course gives you the knowledge you need to apply your mastering skills to any track with iZotope’s Ozone 7.
You learn all the modules including expert tools for Dynamics, EQ and Vintage Tape emulation. There’s also an Exciter, Imager, Maximizer and Vintage Limiter. Add to that a very cool Codec Preview feature and expert Dithering algorithms and you can see that this “Mastering Toolbox is very complete. And, although this isn’t a “mastering” course per se, completing this course gives you the knowledge you need to put this amazing mastering tool to great use.
So join trainer Matt Hepworth and learn everything you need to know to master your tracks with iZotope’s Ozone 7!
Very good in depth Tutorial.
A lot of features revealed that you did not recognize that easy only by yourself.
I watch many Tutorials, but this is really one that you can benefit mostly from.
5 Stars, very lucky to bought it.
Omid wrote on December 27, 2016
Helped me learn this tool from front to back and now it's essential to my mastering
Giuseppe Dio wrote on July 24, 2016
Very good course. Covers the most important features of Ozone 7. Almost a must if you are new to Ozone
Kendzi wrote on May 15, 2016
Greit course very help full i recommend for people watch are looking good mastering effect
Dudu Aram wrote on April 16, 2016
Great teacher. I like people like him who can speak fast and keep my attention. Great course. I learn a lot of elements I wasn't sure how to use it. Congrats.
Marcello Parilli wrote on January 20, 2016
Detailed and precise explanation, full of practical and useful examples. Simply perfect!
GBG wrote on December 17, 2015
I found the video to be in-depth while relating to practical usage of the various plugins and usage of the tools. I also felt that this program was focused on a go-to approach with specific plugins but also stressed to fact that using mix references is essential which I feel is also very important. It was presented in a very systematic way for both entry level to more advanced users. Well done!