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The New Audio Podcast

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At iZotope, we love audio in all its shapes and forms. “The New Audio Podcast” is a forum for iZotope to have candid, spirited, and informal conversations with audio engineers, producers, and musicians. We’ll get to the bottom of things, chat about industry trends, music, and even meet some of iZotope’s talented core of audio professionals. If you like well-informed and wide-ranging discussions about the world of audio, this podcast is for you.

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At iZotope, we love audio in all its shapes and forms. “The New Audio Podcast” is a forum for iZotope to have candid, spirited, and informal conversations with audio engineers, producers, and musicians. We’ll get to the bottom of things, chat about industry trends, music, and even meet some of iZotope’s talented core of audio professionals. If you like well-informed and wide-ranging discussions about the world of audio, this podcast is for you.

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7 Ratings
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Surprisingly Bad

By lilbshull - Oct 28 2016
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In a budding podcast industry that is becoming a new subset of the audio industry this podcast is on one of the lowest rungs of production quality. Which is counterintuitive since it is a podcast about some of the greatest plug-ins that could make it one of the best produced podcast audio quality wise. This is yet another podcast that proves we need an internet steaming/content loudness standard. Most episodes are in a round-table discussion format where level between each person is extremely inconsistent, leaving you turning your output up and down constantly. On top of that there seems to be no editing, and no recording techniques even considered. Productions is also lacking in content. The episodes go on and on with ramblings and inside jokes that only employees of iZotope would get. I expected a commercial whenever I signed up for a audio podcast based on iZotope products, but even that isn't in this as much as you would expect. There really no excuse for hoe bad this is.

iTunes Ratings

7 Ratings
Average Ratings
4
0
0
2
1

Surprisingly Bad

By lilbshull - Oct 28 2016
Read more
In a budding podcast industry that is becoming a new subset of the audio industry this podcast is on one of the lowest rungs of production quality. Which is counterintuitive since it is a podcast about some of the greatest plug-ins that could make it one of the best produced podcast audio quality wise. This is yet another podcast that proves we need an internet steaming/content loudness standard. Most episodes are in a round-table discussion format where level between each person is extremely inconsistent, leaving you turning your output up and down constantly. On top of that there seems to be no editing, and no recording techniques even considered. Productions is also lacking in content. The episodes go on and on with ramblings and inside jokes that only employees of iZotope would get. I expected a commercial whenever I signed up for a audio podcast based on iZotope products, but even that isn't in this as much as you would expect. There really no excuse for hoe bad this is.
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The New Audio Podcast

Latest release on Aug 23, 2017

The Best Episodes Ranked Using User Listens

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Rank #1: Episode 7: Making the Plug-in - Neutron

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In this episode we talk with some of the key players behind the creation of iZotope’s new product, Neutron. We’ll hear all about Neutron from iZotope engineers Jamie Martini, Hannah Robertson, Caleb Hoffman and Neutron Product Manager Matt Hines. From tackling the hardest of mixing problems, to the story behind Track Assistant, you’ll get the inside scoop on how the plug-in sausage gets made at iZotope. Mmmm, sausage. Oh, and (spoiler alert!) we’ll get to hear about some classic iZotope Easter Eggs as well. Mmmm, Easter Eggs.

Oct 27 2016

47mins

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Rank #2: Episode 3: 2015 Music Round-Up with iZotope & Friends

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In this episode, we sat down with Drew Thurlow, Sr. Manager of Artist Partnerships at Pandora, and Ben Brock Johnson from Marketplace Tech and the new hit podcast, Codebreaker, as well as iZotope’s own Jack Cote, Sound Design Manager, TJ Jordan, UI Designer, and Caleb Hoffman, Studios Engineer, to talk about the year in music. Together, we explored the hottest music and production trends from 2015, favorite records, and a little bit about where things are heading in 2016. You’ll even find out what Drew got from his Secret Santa.

Dec 23 2015

1hr 12mins

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Rank #3: Episode 6: Darrell Thorp

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Episode 6: Darrell Thorp by iZotope

Sep 12 2016

45mins

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Rank #4: Episode 5: Music Musings, Music Discovery

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In our latest installment our gang of iZotope all-stars chat about some music news and music discovery in the age of information. Topics covered include the music of the new Netflix series, Stranger Things, Girl’s Rock Camp Boston, studio woes, and some muso/political musings to boot. Finally, we chat about why it’s so hard to find good music in the age of information.

Aug 09 2016

40mins

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Rank #5: Episode 10: Nick Hook

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On this episode of The New Audio Podcast, host Sean Greenhalgh has a conversation with producer Nick Hook (Novelist, Action Bronson, Azealia Banks) smack in the middle of his tour opening for hip-hop titans, Run the Jewels. Stepping off the tour bus and into this interview, Hook holds forth at length on creative inspiration, showing respect to your mentors, his career arc, and how to get the most out of the gear you have. Hear all this and more on Episode 10 of The New Audio Podcast!

Mar 15 2017

35mins

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