Mastering Music Using Ozone 9
Mastering music can be a hard process.
Its that final step in mixing and mastering that can be the final push to making a good track sound great.
What we're going to do together
In this course is take your from kind of knowing what each tool does in Izotope Ozone 9. To being a mastering master of Ozone 9.
By the end of this course you will be able to understand fully what each tool does in Izotope's Ozone 9. And when and why to use each tool.
You will be able to take your own music to a level where its ready for commercial release, And even rent out your new skill set for client work as well.
In Mastering Music with Ozone 9 we cover
What is mastering
All of the tools inside Ozone 9
How to use tools and techniques to fix certain issues
How to master a track step by step
Why true peak is important to note
How bit depth will affect your end result
The best way to export for a streaming release
If you're new to using Ozone or been here before, There's something here for you as we cover new ground with the latest features available to Ozone with version 9, Applying the latest and most modern mastering techniques.
Here's a Video From the Course
Explaining the imager and how its functions can benefit us during a master.
Ozone’s Imager module allows you to adjust the stereo width of your mix, using multiband stereo imaging.
Follow step by step while a track is mastered with Ozone 9. After you learn all of the functionality and concepts first.
Includes Tonal Curve
Get my personal custom Tonal Balance curve made from my top reference tracks, As a simple download.
"Once it got going the course was a great introduction for those of us who learn how to use something new...after we bought it. :) Focuses on music which is not my use case, but is applicable to various scenarios. Good overview!"
Check out this explanation of the Spectral Shaper
The Spectral Shaper can be used to apply high-resolution attenuation of problematic frequencies across the full spectrum with configurable time constants, timbre adjustment, and a variable full spectrum action region.