Izotope Teams with Native Instruments for Music Creation Group
iZotope has teamed up with Native Instruments to operate together under a newly formed parent entity, Music Creation Group.
Recording NPR’s ‘Tiny Desk Concert’ Podcast at ‘Home’
Audio engineer Josh Rogosin keeps NPR's "Tiny Desk Concert" podcast series alive during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Repairing Spoken-Word Recordings with iZotope Rx 8 Advanced – A Real-World Review
Producer/engineer Rob Tavaglione explains how he repairs spoken-word recordings with iZotope Rx 8 Advanced in this real-world review.
Creating a ‘Quest for the North Pole’ Sound Library
Producer and editor Dylan Fagan amassed dozens of tracks to shape a cohesive sound that underscores the saga of the first arctic explorers.
Driving Podcast Sound Design: ‘The Alarmist’ Makes Noise
Judicious use of music and sound beds adds an extra layer of comedy and commentary to history podcast The Alarmist.
‘Working Class Audio’ Podcast Tackles Realities of Recording Life
Uncertainty is constant in audio production, but creator Matt Boudreau shows a different path.
Creative Editing is Key to ‘Conan O’Brien Needs a Friend’ Podcast
A variety of audio editing tricks help audio producer Matt Gourley ensure that the 'Conan O'Brien Needs A Friend' podcast keeps the laughs coming.
‘Dead Eyes’ Podcast Team Focuses on the ‘X’ Factor
Why the hit narrative comedy podcast 'Dead Eyes' values the perfect take over technical purity.
Missing In Alaska’s Sound Puts Listeners in the Search
The intricate sound design of Missing In Alaska takes the investigative podcast from the icy shores of Alaska to the deserts of Arizona. Here's how they did it.
Reverse Engineering: ‘Song Exploder’ Podcast Puts the Pieces Back Together
Popular artists take apart their tracks on "Song Exploder," revealing to host Hrishikesh Hirway and his podcast team what it takes to create a great recording.
‘Floodlines’ Podcast Tracks Tragedy in New Orleans
Sound designer David Herman uses local sounds in creative ways to tell the story of Hurricane Katrina in the eight-part podcast "Floodlines."
How Talkhouse Built a Podcast Production Process COVID-19 Can’t Break
When ‘Talkhouse’ host and producer Elia Einhorn got COVID-19, it put the popular podcast’s workflow to the test. The workflow won.
‘Wrongful Conviction’ Adapts to Life on the Inside
By Jim Beaugez. We’re all experiencing social isolation, but for this podcast team, changing how it produces the show is only part of the experience.
Novation offers Sound Collective members seven high-end plugins
The plugins are from iZotope, KV331 Audio, D16 Group, Puremagnetik and Tracktion Software
HHB Communications announces new head of marketing Lexie Morgan
Morgan brings over nine years of technical marketing experience to HHB and will manage marketing and communication strategies for the company
Izotope launches free online music production course
The web-based educational experience offers a combination of audio games, ear training, and instructional videos.
iZotope appoints Mike van der Logt as Sales Manager for EMEA
The company says strong international growth has created the need for additional representation in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa