Now is a great time to upgrade your iZotope software. If you upgrade from Ozone 9 Elements to Ozone 9 Advanced before the end of June, you can save nearly 60% compared to the regular price. They’ve also got some great deals on upgrades for users of the iZotope Music Production Suite and Tonal Balance Bundle.
iZotope software upgrades on sale
If you’re currently using iZotope Ozone 9 Elements, now is the time to upgrade to Ozone 9 Advanced at a great price. This upgrade adds several effects to the mastering suite, including the Vintage Modules, Spectral Shaper, Dynamic EQ and Exciter. It also unlocks advanced features in some of Ozone’s other tools, for shaping your mixes and masters in greater detail. With savings of more than 50%, it’s never been more affordable to upgrade to the fully-featured professional version of iZotope Ozone 9.
iZotope is also offering new upgrade paths to Music Production Suite 3. In addition to Ozone 9 Advanced, this all-around suite includes many other tools for music production and audio restoration, including Neutron 3 Advanced, RX7 Standard, Nectar 3, VocalSynth 2 and more. The Nimbus and R4 reverbs by Exponential Audio are also included. With over 30 plug-ins for every stage of the production workflow, the Music Production Suite 3 has all your bases covered.
Price and compatibility
The iZotope Ozone 9 Advanced upgrade from Elements is on sale at Thomann.de* for EUR 149, down from EUR 369. That’s almost 60% off!
The upgrade from iZotope Music Production Suite 2.1 to Music Production Suite 3 is available from Thomann.de* for EUR 99.
The upgrade from iZotope Tonal Balance Bundle to Music Production Suite 3 is available from Thomann.de* for EUR 149.
These offers will expire on June 30th, 2020.
The software runs on macOS 10.11.6 or higher and Windows 7 or higher in stand-alone (select applications), VST, VST3, AU and AAX formats (64 bit). The plug-ins support NKS. You’ll need a free iLok account or dongle for activation.
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