I just started using Ozone and I like the sounds I'm getting from it. I have one question regarding something I've noticed after mastering a song with it, however. I first put Ozone and my mastering configuration on the output track of a song thinking that's how you were supposed to use it. I liked the EQ and everything else I get out of it, but I noticed that it took away the dynamics from the song, so the quiet verses were seemingly compressed to be the same volume as the chorus which I couldn't figure out how to get around besides significantly messing with the volumes for each track. I then had the idea to render my original mix down to a wave, then loaded that back into my DAW on its own and put Ozone on that. I get the same quality EQ but I noticed that I maintain the dynamics in doing this. It sounds like my original mix, only mastered. I'm very happy with this effect, but my question is why does adding my mastering configuration via Ozone on the output track kill the dynamics and level out the entire track whereas when I put it on a rendered down wave file of the same mix, I don't experience the same effect and get to keep the dynamics?