iZotope has announced that Ozone 9 is coming soon. We don’t know any details yet, nor can we give you the exact release date, but it seems like it won’t be long. And here’s a treat: To celebrate this occasion, iZotope is giving away Ozone 8 Elements for free, for a limited time!
iZotope Ozone 8 Elements for free
Ozone Elements is a light version of the renowned Ozone mastering suite, alongside the bigger Standard and Advanced versions. For many users, the Maximizer is one of Ozone’s most important features. It’s included in Elements (albeit with less features than in the bigger versions). Also included are the Imager and Equalizer. You can learn more about the differences between the three versions here.
While Ozone Elements lacks some of the more advanced features of its bigger siblings, it’s quite useful for making quick and easy adjustments to your master. And it showcases the workflow in Ozone, which is probably why iZotope has decided to give it away for free. What better way to get users interested in the upcoming release of Ozone 9 than to give out a freebie?
To get Ozone 8 Elements, all you need to do is visit the website (linked below), download and install the software, and register it. If you don’t have an iZotope account yet, you can create one in the process. This offer is valid until October 2, 2019.
iZotope Ozone 9
As of now, we don’t know much about Ozone 9 – a very short teaser video is all we’ve got. But iZotope has already hinted at some new features on its website. Balancing the bass frequencies seems to be an important feature of Ozone 9, as well as real-time separation of instruments and workflow improvements. We don’t know yet when it will come out, but it’ll be interesting for sure!