Mastering 101: Basic Mastering Tutorial – Part 1

Mastering 101: Basic Mastering Tutorial – Part 1
This is a tutorial on Mastering in Pro Tools 10 that glosses over iZotope Ozone 5 and what each module is used for. I also explain basic features and functionality of Ozone 5.

Here is iZotope’s website that compares the features of Ozone 5 (9) to Ozone 5 Advanced (9) –
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13 thoughts on “Mastering 101: Basic Mastering Tutorial – Part 1”

  1. Nice tutorial Brian. This a big help to me as an ameture trying to do it
    the hard way. I’m using ozone 6 with ableton live. Sadly I can only truly
    use it as a standalone rather than a plugin since my computer spazzes out
    after becoming overloaded. Anyway thanks again. 

  2. i have the wave bundle….how would i do this without izotope

  3. I’m really diggin’ how comprehensive and thorough Ozone is. I normally use
    the L316 to master and it always turns out great. Does any one have an
    opinion about these two plugins and how they compare? Or about other
    mastering plugins available out there that can match or exceed these two?

  4. Hey man, As a aspriing sound engineer looking for refreshers and new ideas
    on how to master. I feel like this video needs a couple of improvements.
    Firstly, I feel that instead of blasting through the various bits of
    izotope with your settings, you can go into perhaps more detail on what
    they all do, as I feel that what works for one track may not work as well
    for another, e.g. compression and where to cut and boost eq.

    Second off, I found it hard to actually hear the difference of izoptope, as
    the audio quality of this video sounds like its coming from laptop
    speakers, so besides general loudness I’m not hearing much stereo width and
    tonal differences through my Yamaha HS8s as I might be if I was sat in your
    control room as you were running through this. Perhaps when editing this
    video you could of inserted the audio file after the dialogue so that I
    could hear in more detail what you were doing to the track.

    Besides that cheers for putting the video up, I might have a look at other
    videos and see if I can get more depth explanations from you

  5. @Brian Buckalew on mine, in dynamics, on each band the fader shows up as,
    well, a fader. Yours shows as kindof an animated bell. Is that a setting
    you can change? I can’t seem to find it.

  6. um.. how do i um.. like um… find um… more um.. like um..

  7. Hey what’s up I love your video helped me out a lot but I have a quick
    question..on the maximize the stage …is the “transient recovery” &
    “stereo link” supposed to be on or off?

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