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Education » Video Tutorials
Ben Rossers Conservatorium Of Audio Mastering iZotope Ozone 4 TUTORiAL screenshot
xXxuploadxXx | 13/01/2012 | 630Mb
1 whole hour worth of Ozone 4 hints, tips and techniques,

including:
- Using Ozone on individual instruments, drum mixes and whole tracks.
- Advanced uses of Ozone's multi-band processing system.
- Advanced uses of Ozone's mid-side processing system.
- Using Ozone to add space, air, depth and life to sounds.
- The advanced use of EQ to attain the perfect tone, and to help further
the processing ability of the other effects modules.
- Different approaches to mastering, and how they can affect the final
product.
- The use of reverb to help bring all of the individual sounds in the
mix together as a cohesive whole.

Featuring music from Area593, Johnny Post and DrAiNbAmAgE!

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comments

  guest -- 0
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you do know iZotope Ozone 5 is out right? rofl
  Resident 6.01.2011 556 2633
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@GonBi:

GonBi, SCD means Sample CD.
But this is Video-Tutorial in .mov-format. LOL
You are natural lamer... rofl

@MAudio:
Yes, bro. But most of things are the same for v4 and v5.
Therefore it can be useful for people who use it. :)

I never use Ozone in my work. It distorts the natural sound and makes a sound like plastic.
Maybe it can be useful for homemade tracks but not for professional studio work.
  Resident 18.09.2010 1091
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I like Ozone.

Are You mastering Out of the Box KRock or do You have a preferred Software solution for Mastering.

I am genuinely interested Bro. yes
And the truth shall set you free.
  guest -- 0
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KRock,
i disagree with you about the ''distortion'' comment,ozone plugins sound better then half of the waves plugins!
  Resident 27.02.2011 46
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I don't want to be negative but these tutorials are the worst. maybe i'm wrong but the quality of the sound and of the music that is played is horrible IMO. listen to the song from 26 minutes. is that a joke? sounds like some 13 year old kid made it.
anyway, thanks for sharing.

KRock
I never use Ozone in my work. It distorts the natural sound and makes a sound like plastic.
Maybe it can be useful for homemade tracks but not for professional studio work.

then you are obviously doing something wrong..
it is a matter of taste if you like to work with ozone or not but don't say that "It distorts the natural sound and makes a sound like plastic"
maybe you have something wrong with your monitors?
  Resident 16.09.2010 1394
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Well, everyone knows anyone who makes tutorials, has awful taste in music they use in them

Plink plonk rofl
Yaaaaawn
  Resident 6.01.2011 556 2633
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@MAudio:
For my opinion 90% of Waves plugins just sucks...
I never use even one Waves-plugin. :)

@stensax:
I have very good monitors at home and in studios where I work. I have not any problems.
And of course this is a matter of taste. The main thing always will be a result.
But I can say only the same. Probably Ozone can be useful for electronic music but for live music and live instruments - not.
If you want you can hear few tracks from my last work.
This is live music - jazz. Tracks are in mp3-format. And of course in WAV it sounds more better.

http://www.filesonic.com/file/2608101551/Ask_Me_Now_KRock-Studio_Master.mp3
http://www.filesonic.com/file/2608101561/Autumn_In_New-York_KRock-Studio_Mas
ter.mp3
http://www.filesonic.com/file/2608101571/Blues_KRock-Studio_Master.mp3


Files are "collaborated" - no captcha, no waiting, no limits...

Guys, in any case this is very long talk. Probably we can open discussion about our work on the forum. I'm sorry but unfortunately I will be damn busy in the nearest hours by my work.
  Resident 27.02.2011 46
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KRock
@stensax:
I have very good monitors at home and in studios where I work. I have not any problems.
And of course this is a matter of taste. The main thing always will be a result.
But I can say only the same. Probably Ozone can be useful for electronic music but for live music and live instruments - not.
If you want you can hear few tracks from my last work.
This is live music - jazz. Tracks are in mp3-format. And of course in WAV it sounds more better.


Guys, in any case this is very long talk. Probably we can open discussion about our work on the forum. I'm sorry but unfortunately I will be damn busy in the nearest hours by my work.


ok you know what you are talking about. and have waaay more knowledge than me.
and this sounds really good! i love jazz...

http://www.gearslutz.com/board/mastering-forum/681176-albums-mastered-ozone.html

but check this out

best regards.
  guest -- 0
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ozone 4 is the don for mastering saying it makes things sound plastic shows u dont have a fucking clue how to use it
  Resident 4.11.2010 1 1074
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I like those kind of tutorials, but I cannot stand the music he choses. Hopefully this one's better than the others.

Ozone 4 is ok, I am too lazy to update to ver 5.

;)
  guest -- 0
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KRock,
well 50% of the music industry does lol
  Resident 10.09.2011 219 1558
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Login: welcome brother more are comming wait it
  Resident 9.04.2011 709
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A bit offtopic, I know, but I'll make an exception:

I agree most of today's commercial music sound "artificial" and overprocessed. Sadly, this is what the crowd wants: impact, and not musicality.

Around 2 years ago or so I was absolutely amazed after discovering through a friend that most people are not even capable of following (=singing) the different melodies of several instruments when they play together at a time (i.e.: main vocal, background vocal, background keyboard line, chords and bass), but they can identify them properly when they are soloed (i.e.: drums and bass only). It was like a shock for me. I had always though eveyone listened and analyzed music like myself. Obvioulsy, there are BIG differences between the "musical ear" of people. What an amazing thing...

I guess something similar happens in mastering... Not everyone is capable is listening to the same subtle (or not so subtle) differences between this and that.

Anyway, I'll get the tuto (as I do with ALL others!).

@xXxuploadxXx: AudioThanXXX!

@KRock: *YES*, you have an awesome "musical ear". You know what "musicality" means... No doubt about it...
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  Resident 18.09.2010 187
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Why do people get so bloody obsesed to always have the latest version of all?
I mean do that make better music?
Heck, learn the tools and the principles from the bascis, then reconsider an upgrade.
Aahh-meeen!
---Normal is boring---
  Resident 5.10.2010 82
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i never use Ozone for mastering
its so laggy

i think waves plugins are so good for mastering
  guest -- 0
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KRock:
Thanks for the music; nice. But the mix in the contrabass and keyboard is not very good, maybe because the Mp3 format. I think the best way to illustrate good mixing and mastering is the music with more instruments, like classical music.
Anyway, those tools, Ozone, Waves, Nomad, DMG, Blue cat, T-racks, Lexicon, Meldaproduction, and so on, are very useful software plugins; just have to know how to use, according to musical style. wink
  Resident 12.07.2010 230
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Since this has become a discussion rather than comments, I will put my 2 cents in:
I agree that it is easy to "go overboard" with Ozone (which is why I'll be downloading this tut for tips), but I still think it and T-racks are the best mastering collections, when you want the ease of "one stop shopping".

And don't forget Har-bal, which is an absolutely essential (post-) mastering tool... if you don't know it, check it out.

Anyway THANKS xXxuploadxXx for sharing!
  guest -- 0
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Xiny6581,
i will be willing to post anything of mine,to make you eat your words angry

jaydeejoy,
yes they r one of the best!

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