Ozone 5, the critically acclaimed software mastering system, makes it easier than ever to master your audio simply and efficiently. Ozone 5 Advanced extends the standard version of Ozone 5 with seven ... Click To Read More About This Product
Ozone 5, the critically acclaimed software mastering system, makes it easier than ever to master your audio simply and efficiently. Ozone 5 Advanced extends the standard version of Ozone 5 with seven additional component plug-ins, extended features in every module, and a comprehensive suite of configurable meter.
Like a final coat of polish, mastering makes the difference between a good-sounding mix and a professional-sounding master. Whether you'e a musician, producer, engineer or sound designer, Ozone 5 delivers a powerful set of tools for creating standout mixes that reach their full potential.
Pristine sound for your mix
The most complete mastering suite available has never sounded better. Featuring refined signal processing algorithms, Ozone 5 delivers a new level of mastering quality. Experience the best of both analog and digital mastering worlds.
¢ Analog-modeled processing combined with linear phase precision.
¢ Fully-revamped hybrid Reverb module.
Dial in professional sound with ease
The redesigned Ozone 5 user interface makes it even easier to dial in the professional sound you want. Important features are right at your fingertips, and enhanced workflows offer finer control over your results.
¢ Comprehensive preset manager with over 250 professionally designed presets.
¢ New per-module presets and intelligent module Amount Controls.
¢ User-definable signal routing and extensive automation support.
¢ Optimized for today's low-latency DAW environments.
See your mix like never before
A broad variety of updated metering tools guide both your eyes and your ears to the perfect-sounding master. Each processing module is complemented by useful spectrums, phase meters, vectorscopes and level histograms.
¢ For example, use the Gain Reduction Trace view to help set the compressor's release time, or watch the Correlation Trace to catch instantaneous phase problems.