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November 5, 2004
iZotope has now released its entire plug-in line for Mac OS X. The plug-ins can be downloaded from iZotope's web site in Pro Tools, VST, MAS, and Audio Unit formats (as well as Pro Tools, VST, and DirectX formats for Windows). The release includes Ozone, a 64-bit analog modeled mastering system; Trash, a 64-bit classic amp, distortion, delay, and filter simulator; and Spectron, a versatile spectral-based effect. Vinyl, a record simulator, is already available as a free download for Mac OS X.
iZotope Ozone is a 64-bit integrated mastering system featuring analog modeling with options for digital processing. Features include:
Ozone is available as a download for new customers at $249.99 USD on the iZotope web site.
iZotope Trash is a distortion and amp modeling plug-in with a range of 64-bit box, cabinet, and speaker models, multiband distortion algorithms, fully sweepable and triggerable filters, and unique delay module. Highlights include:
Trash is available as a download for new customers at $199.99 USD on the iZotopeweb site.
iZotope Spectron is a tool for sound designers. It's designed around the Spectron Engine, a powerful core which decomposes audio into thousands of frequency bands for spectral processing. Spectron offers an interface which lets sound designers control groups of frequency bands with virtually unlimited options for sweeping and triggering. By chaining effects including morphing, panning, delay/feedback combinations and filtering, it's easy to find a unique sound with Spectron. Features include:
Spectron is available as a download for new customers at $129.99 USD on the iZotope web site.
iZotope Vinyl creates a "vinyl" simulation as if the audio were a record being played on a record player. It provides the user with control over parameters ranging from the amount of dust to the year the record player was created.Vinyl remains a free download from iZotope's web site.
For more information, visit their web site at www.izotope.com