Izotope Ozone 8 Review with Tutorial

Izotope Ozone 8 Review with Tutorial

Hey there, and thanks so much for checking out our full video review of the Izotope Ozone 8 Mastering Suite! With so many different plugins on the market today, it can be a daunting task for any engineer to find a great bundle that suits all of their needs.

When we looked at all of the features a great all-inclusive mastering suite plugin should have, we found a fantastic set of tools in Izotope Ozone 8 Mastering Suite.

In this quick and easy video, we take a look at the mastering EQ, compressor, imager, exciter and limiter modules that come packaged with the Izotope Ozone 8 Mastering Suite, and also take you through a comprehensive tutorial lesson on how each module works and how to use it.

If you’re looking for a complete review of the Izotope Ozone 8 Mastering Suite, you’ve come to the right place!

If you have your own thoughts on your favorite plugins, please feel free to post them in the comments below. We’d love to hear your thoughts!

When it comes to mixing, mastering a music production, the modern age affords us an almost limitless palette of sonic tools. Whether analog or digital, the number of effects, plugins, and outboard gear that you can use for your projects is essentially endless.

If you’re a beginning engineer or producer, this myriad of options can quickly and easily get overwhelming. Even when you’re able to narrow down this enormous list of possibilities to a few key plugins or pieces of gear, the techniques you can do with them can be equally daunting.

This is especially true for mastering EQ, compressor and limiter plugins or hardware. These tools can make or break your mix, and when used correctly, can absolutely bring your track to the next level.

We found an excellent set of tools in the Ozone 8 Mastering Suite from Izotope. It starts off with an incredibly powerful mastering EQ will up to 8 points of EQ and endless options for scultiping your curves. It can do anything from vintage vibe to frequency surgery, and everything in between.

Next is the Exciter, which separates your signal into bands and allows you to process each band through a unique set of saturation sounds. The Dynamic EQ is also insanely handy - it’s like a de-esser, but so much more powerful and sculptable.

The Dynamics module does a great job of offering a comprehensive multiband compression unit and limiter, all in one. The Imager also functions as a multiband unit, allowing you to widen the stereo field of each band of your mix.

We also have a second EQ if needed which is identical to the first. Lastly, we have Vintage Limiter and Maximizer, which will work in concert together to prevent peaks and normalize your volume to modern LUFS standards.

No matter what your needs may be, you’re sure to find a great-sounding solution in the Ozone 8 Mastering Suite from Izotope.

No matter what plugins you’re currently considering for purchase, this video review is guaranteed to get you up to speed with the Ozone 8 Mastering Suite from Izotope in no time.

I’m Alex Scott, an award-winning musician, engineer and producer based in Denver, Colorado. I’ve had the honor of working with many Grammy award winning and nominated artists and producers over my decade-long career as a professional in the music industry.

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