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A NEW IZOTOPE… Ozone and Neutron updated

An increasing trend that we’ve seen in the industry of late is the integration of machine learning, and with iZotope’s Ozone 8’s Master Assistant, the company is following suit. iZotope’s latest iteration of its widely popular mixing and mastering plug-ins can now communicate with each other. Master Assistant is designed to enable users to reach an optimal starting point for a master in seconds, using an intelligent algorithm. This inter-plug-in communication, found in the new Tonal Balance Control, is one of the most exciting elements – allowing the newly enhanced Neutron 2 to communicate with any equaliser instance of Ozone 8 in a project. Inter-plug-in communication allows the user to fix issues from one location in the mixing stage that could have a detrimental effect on the master, providing what seems to be a more visual guide for creating tonally balanced mixes.

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Making music is an expensive pursuit. From monitors to microphones, DAWs and plug-ins: before you know it, just getting your creative space in order has made a serious dent in your bank account. But it really doesn’t have to be this way. In Andy Jones’ in-depth cover feature this month, he dives head-first into this ocean of free software, highlighting the best of the best and detailing how to use it effectively to build a track – for free! Elsewhere this issue, we’ve got the first in a new A-Z series, detailing some of the oft-used, key terms that you’ll likely hear and need to understand in the music-making world. Alongside all this, we’ve got our usual range of reviews, tutorials, tips and a complete guide to the vast high-tech world of controllers. We’ve also, very excitingly, teamed up with the best studio in the world with this issue’s free Abbey Road calendar. We hope you enjoy the issue.