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Mixing & Mastering Tutorial: iZotope Ozone 4 - Using Harmonic Exciter

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Uploaded on Jun 20, 2011

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Dubspot instructor and Mixing & Mastering engineer Daniel Wyatt shows you how to navigate the various features and parameters of iZotope's Ozone 4 in this brand new video tutorial, the followup to How To Use A Limiter and Mid-Side EQ Technique - a tutorial series in which Wyatt offers tips and techniques for polishing your tracks and give them a finished, professional sound. In this tutorial, Wyatt utilizes Ozone's Multiband Harmonic Exciter to explain and demonstrate how to add some saturation to your mix and use the exciter signal processing technique to not only bring out the fundamental flavors of the elements of your sound but also generate new harmonic content and give your track a warm, fuzzy, and dynamic feel. More about this technique is covered in Daniel Wyatt's Mixing & Mastering course starting July 3rd. http://bit.ly/dELYyE

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