Mastering Music Using Ozone 9
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Mastering Music Using Ozone 9

Complete guide to digital mastering with Izotope Ozone 9
4.6 (34 ratings)
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197 students enrolled
Created by Scott Robinson
Last updated 5/2020
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This course includes
  • 3 hours on-demand video
  • 1 article
  • 1 downloadable resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Beginner to Advanced Mastering Electronic Music with Ozone 9
  • Mastering EQ Techniques
  • Why Use Dynamic EQ
  • Compression When Mastering
  • Multiband Compression with Ozone 9
  • Matching EQ and References
  • Stereo Imaging and Mono Compatibility
  • Distortion Tricks When Mastering
  • What is a "Profile" An Why to Use Them
  • LUFS and Loudness for Releases
  • And More
Requirements
  • Students will need a copy of Izotope Ozone 9
Description

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.

Who this course is for:
  • Students Who Wish To better Master Their Own Music For Release
  • Students Who Wish To Master Music for Others
Course content
Expand all 27 lectures 02:51:26
+ The Ozone 9 Modern Modules
4 lectures 25:57
EQ Overview
07:03
Dynamics Overview
07:44
Exciter Overview
03:14
Imager Overview
07:56
+ The Ozone 9 Vintage Modules
4 lectures 14:36
Vintage Tape Overview
04:16
Vintage EQ Overview
02:36
Vintage Compressor Overview
01:55
Vintage Limiter Overview
05:49
+ Ultra Modern Modules
6 lectures 28:33

In this tutorial i'm going to show you that with Ozone 9, you can match to any reference track to an extreme degree with an EQ that uses over 8,000 separate bands to get the most precise snapshot possible. New region parameters now give you more control over the end result by letting you choose what parts of the audio to match. Capture a reference from a track in your session, or a reference file loaded into Ozone 9, and save your favorite results as presets for easy access. Take an imprint of your reference track and save time finding the right EQ balance with this mastering engineer’s secret weapon.

Match EQ
06:46
Master ReBalance
02:32
Lowend Focus
05:12
Spectral Shaper
05:45
Tonal Balance Control
08:04
Tonal Balance Custom Curves Files
00:14
+ Mastering Tracks with Ozone 9
7 lectures 55:35
Part 1 Top and Tail
07:20
Part 2 Dynamic Expansion
05:26
Part 3 Imager & Mono Check
02:50
Part 4 Multiband Dynamics
08:14
Part 5 Limit and Loudness
11:01
Part 6 Spectral Shaping
06:03
Part 7 Codecs and Bounce
14:41