Now there’s a great new tool to improve the sound of your tracks, and the best thing is that it’s free (for a limited time)! The new Audiolens desktop app, released some days ago by iZotope, makes track referencing and comparison easy by analyzing audio from any streaming platform or audio source. Play your chosen audio through the selected output of your device and the application will collect data on key sonic characteristics, helping you to visualize, compare, and match your favorite reference tracks and sounds.
Save time by capturing the analysis from Audiolens as a reference track so that you can use it in mixing and mastering without the need for downloading media files or setting up tedious audio routing setups. Integrate seamlessly with iZotope plug-ins Ozone 10 and Neutron 4 where you can match to your references and fine-tune your sound using the AI Assistants.
In the video below you can learn more on how to use Audiolens:
Coming from iZotope, as you would expect, the integration with Ozone 10 and Neutron 4 is particularly interesting and well thought-out.
As for Ozone 10, Audiolens will automatically populate saved referenced targets to your Ozone 10 Target Library so you can visualize how your master stacks up to your chosen reference. Run the AI-powered Master Assistant to match the tone, dynamics, and width profiles of the desired track to your own master, and dial in additional adjustments using the Assistant View.
As for Neutron 4, Audiolens will automatically populate saved reference targets to your Neutron 4 Target Library where they will be analyzed by Neutron’s Assistant. You can then quickly match characteristics within the mix of your own track, whether that’s adding some thump to your bass, crisping up your snare, or making hi-hats sizzle. Further customize your sound by using the Assistant View to dial in your mix elements.
You can learn more about Audiolens here. You can also get Audiolens for free from the Plugin Boutique website. The offer is valid until November 22, don’t miss out!
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