iZotope releases Audiolens ($100 value), a track-referencing desktop application capable of analyzing audio from any streaming platform or audio source. The software is available for FREE until November 22nd, 2022.
Audiolens will help you build a library of reference tracks you can use while mixing or mastering. It is a standalone desktop application that works exclusively with iZotope’s popular Ozone 10 and Neutron 4 plugins.
iZotope offers Audiolens as a free download for a limited time, so you should hurry up and grab your free license while it’s still available. The free download offer ends on November 22nd. Your free Audiolens license will be permanently stored in your iZotope user account.
Audiolens can analyze the audio from any streaming platform or local audio source (your locally stored audio files). It’s easy to set up. Simply select the audio output for Audiolens to analyze, play the music, and the software will start collecting the information.
You can use the collected reference track information for comparison while mixing and mastering your music. Audiolens lets you save your favorite reference tracks for later use.
Watch the walkthrough video below for more information on incorporating Audiolens into your music production workflow.
Using reference tracks is crucial while mixing, and Audiolens simplifies this process by making it more visual and providing easy-to-understand data.
Here’s more information about Audiolens:
“The new Audiolens desktop app makes track referencing and comparison easy by analyzing audio from any streaming platform or audio source. Play your chosen audio through the selected output of your device, and the application will collect data on key sonic characteristics, helping you to visualize, compare, and match your favorite reference tracks and sounds.”
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Audiolens is available as a standalone application for macOS and Windows.