Neutron 2 and Ozone 8 are mixing and mastering audio plug-ins for your digital audio workstation (Ableton, Reaper, FL Studio, Logic etc). The magic of iZotope software is it's beautiful user interface and ease of use. When you're recording music, mixing and mastering is your polish.
Whether you're an industry professional or a bedroom producer, these VSTs have a plethora of mixing and mastering features to enhance your music.
Art and Science stylishly unite with the new KRK ROKIT Generation 4 (“G4”) line of professional monitors, taking music and sound creativity to a whole new industry-level. Building on over 30 years of monitor innovation and countless developmental partnerships with successful award-winning music and sound productions, the new KRK ROKIT G4 line has been scientifically re-engineered from the ground up for the way modern artists work—in all genres and environments.
Dynaudio PRO is proud to introduce the Core Series. Marking Dynaudio’s 30-year anniversary in Pro Audio, since the original ‘Crafft’ monitor was introduced to the market in 1989, Core is the latest high-end extension to Dynaudio’s range of premium studio monitor speakers.
The new Akai Professional Fire represents the first of its kind, a dedicated hardware controller for the FL Studio DAW platform. Created in close partnership with Image-Line, Fire is a high-performance tool designed to enhance the workflow and music-creating experience for all FL Studio producers.
Antelope Audio are a high-end manufacturer of DSP-enabled audio interfaces, mic pre-amp’s, converters, clocks and modelling microphones. They have been at the top of their game for two decades, and have a fantastic range of products that cater for artists, studios, broadcast, and live sound. Championing state-of-the-art FPGA technology, Antelope audio interfaces sport on-board lightning-fast DSP and come with a suite of real-time vintage and modern DSP plug-ins..
There are hundreds of microphones to choose from, and making that choice can be a difficult decision – will that mic suit my voice? Will it suit the female artist I’m recording tomorrow? Will it give me the tone I’m after for this particular recording?
The likely answer to these questions is ‘I don’t know’ – until you try it in session. That’s one reason why most studios will have a selection of microphones, and choose the one that works best for the particular task at hand.