Ozone 8 Standard has a workflow centered around creativity: A modern interface "guides and inspires" users of all experience levels at every step, so you can freely experiment with ease. Reinvent timeless sounds by harnessing the sonic texture of classic analog gear, then tweak with the surgical precision of digital software. An intuitive display and robust visual feedback let you dial in your signature sound in just a few clicks.
Assistance with control
Master Assistant uses the sonic profile of your audio to help you get to a logical starting point. Because your time is better spent adding your sonic signature, Master Assistant will suggest targets, signal chain, and processor settings, so you can get back to what's most important—adding that personal touch.
Balance your master
The new Tonal Balance Control plug-in introduces industry-first visual analysis and communicates with all instances of Ozone so you can shape a perfectly balanced master. Instantly call up any Ozone Equalizer and adjust your tracks to targets based on ten of thousands of professional masters. You can even create your own custom targets from one or more songs in your personal library.
The Tonal Balance Control plug-in not only communicates with the Ozone 8 Equalizer and Post EQ modules, but Neutron 2 EQ modules as well. This inter-plugin communication lets you fix mix issues during mastering and helps bridge the mixing and mastering gap. No more context switching or opening up multiple windows—just tonally balanced, professional sounding music.
Reviewed By peferling
May 7, 2018
Ozone 8 Advanced. I have this via their Music Production Suite. I like the modular, interconnected approach. Much of their plugins/settings are based on tasks rather than trying to emulate the look of hardware. More productive and much easier to set up custom filters in lieu of templates for repeat work.
I personally dumped a lot of plugins in lieu of this for the sake of sanity. Overall, I'm happy with it.Read more
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