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Izoptope Ozone

Hey RO'ers it's been a long time, does anybody out there use Izotope Ozone Mastering software? If so would you be willing to share your authorization code with me so that I an use the demo version? I am a struggling producer and just can't afford to buy the product right now. So if you would be willing to help a brother out I would greatly appreciate it.

Thanks.

BigTrey

Comments

Pro Audio Guest Wed, 03/28/2007 - 13:46
BAD PRODUCER.....BAD!!!

Look, I use Izotope Ozone myself (legally, I might add) for a bare bones master on occassion. It is actually more useful during mixdown. I have had some great results with it on drums during mixdown, which is where this plugin's strenght really is (in my opinion). I would recommend focusing on producing and hire a pro mastering engineer. While I admit it's fun to learn about other processes, tools, and technology, you can't be all things to all people.

That being said, what kind of goober publicly solicits a software key in a well-respected and read forum? I'll give you points for chutzpah, but none for common sense.

Seems to me the tile of "producer" is used a bit too loosely these days. Seems like anyone with a laptop, fruity loops, and a pair of headphones can call themselves a producer without any real concept of what a producer actually does. Just my 2 cents.

Pro Audio Guest Mon, 05/07/2007 - 12:42
Man....honestly my friend you know wht... i was a stealer once...i said once..long time ago....but truly it feels so good now that i own original softwares and plugins.....it makes me happy that i saved up for the right thing...and trust me with positive attitude towards buying original things man the feel of it i can't explain it to you untill u buy it... i don't have enough money for L3-LL and Max Volume from Waves....and i m saving evry single penny for that.... cuz imma wavea holic.....man all u need is one good plugins bundle i would suggest waves that would be one time investment trust me...i don't wanna make you feel ashamed but trust me man its worth spending on it... most of us are struggling producers in the biggining but somehow we make through.... there are demos available at local music stores like the stores who keep pro audio stuff they do give away free demo cds so that u can have a glance at it...like i took a demo cd from Steves Music store in Toronto for Sony Oxford Plugin pack....and i was'nt much happy with the reuslts it were'nt betta then ma current plugins chain so i decided not to buy it....so yeah ask the creators of Izotope Ozone if they give away the demo...thats the best advice i can give to you friend....
best of luck.....

happydrummer1 Wed, 04/25/2007 - 09:24
Shame...

I hate when people resort to using pirated software and keys so they can benifit themselves...

Regardless if your using this for your own enjoyment, or for business its stealing, and this is what seperates hobbists and employees/employers from "wannabes"

Its sad because I put thousands of dollars into my own home studio to get some programs (I don't use ozone, nor have I tried it) and Im sure everyone else who has a passion for recording has put thousands of dollars into their hobby/work, so if we pay for it, why should we have to share our programs, and keys with you just because you think its not a "big deal"


Pirating is stealing, regardless if its downloading music, games, software or finding keys...
Its illegal and you should be charged just as shoplifters are...


Seems to me the tile of "producer" is used a bit too loosely these days. Seems like anyone with a laptop, fruity loops, and a pair of headphones can call themselves a producer without any real concept of what a producer actually does. Just my 2 cents.


Soundfarm made a really good point there... and Its really sad how many people do see themselves as producers just because they can pirate software, to make music that isn't even worth listening to in the first place...

its people like this guy asking for serial numbers and keys online that make "real producers" and "engineers" look bad...

this stuff isn't cheap... and theres a reason why...

hueseph Wed, 04/25/2007 - 09:35
Make use of the free tools out there. If you get good at using those, people will be willing to spend some money for your help and you'll be able to afford that nice software.

You could have the most expensive DAW available but if you're producing crap, nobody's going to care how much your software is worth or how "pro" it is.

Lougarcia Wed, 04/11/2007 - 01:38
Izotope Ozoner Software

Hi this is a good plugin for mastering. but if you cant afford it, there are free plugins that you can use for mastering, A good example for this is
Kjaerhus Audio plugins. download this and try it for free.

Lou Riz Garcia
Amerasian Studios
Manila, Philippines

Try visiting
http://www.lougarcia.8m.com
RAC Recordings Baguio City, Philippines
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