Join veteran instructor for a fun and informative hour-and-a-half video course in which he shares many mixing tips for iZotope’s Neutron and Ozone plug-in suites. You’ll learn how to improve the quality of sounds, choose and set up the right bus chain for the task, diagnose and fix troublesome issues, and much more. These videos are for new Neutron and Ozone users. Larry welcomes you to the course and begins by demonstrating how to add Ozone to the master channel as well as the Vintage Tape plug-in for an old-school feel. Then, discover how to set up a basic, rough mix – pan, level, stereo width, etc. – with Visual Mixer that will serve as our foundation upon which we’ll build. Larry then turns his attention to individual sounds, such as the bass and kick, and shows how to improve them with the help of iZotope’s analysis and other tools like the Transient Shaper.
Learn how to set up a suitable stereo bus chain with Ozone that allows for a thicker midrange while maintaining the groove in the lows and the smoothness of the highs. Also explore some problem-solving strategies with the help of sidechaining.
Other topics covered include creating and maintaining stereo image (creating a stereo version of a mono source, etc.), mid-side mixing techniques (widening a clap with the Haas effect and more), creating a master chain in Ozone (using the Assistant), and more!
The Neutron and Ozone video tutorial descriptions on this page will give you more information about each video’s contents making it clear how much you can improve your mixes with these useful tips and techniques. Learn to take full advantage of the powerful tools that lie within Neutron and Ozone today… watch “Neutron & Ozone Mix Tips!” now.