Cambridge, MA (April 25, 2006)–Berklee College of Music is participating in iZotope’s academic purchase program, which offers students and faculty special pricing on iZotope’s line of plug-in effects.
“We are very pleased to have iZotope join the community of music technology companies that support our education efforts,” said Stephen Croes, Dean of the Music Technology Division. “This company is making powerful new tools for the profession that are also instructive and approachable for student use.”
Berklee has placed iZotope plug-in effects in their Music Synthesis department and will offer the special pricing immediately through its internal school network.
Additionally, iZotope now features an interview with Dr. Jeff Baust, professor of Music Synthesis/Music Production & Engineering at Berklee, on how he uses iZotope software in his own work and classes. To read the interview, visit: www.izotope.com/artists/jeff_baust.asp
“It is important to provide students with access to the latest software,” commented Charlie Huguenard from iZotope, “The ability for students to take these innovative tools home greatly reinforces what is learned in the classroom.”
Included in the academic purchase program are iZotope’s effects plug-ins: Ozone 3, a 64-bit integrated mastering system; Trash, a complete distortion processor; and Spectron, spectral domain effects processing.
For more information on iZotope products, visit: www.izotope.com.
Berklee College of Music