iZotope Audiolens give you an easier way of making your own music sound like the tracks you love


Could Audio analysis software promises to speed up your track referencing workflow?

iZotope is promising to make track referencing easier than ever with the launch of Audiolens, a free (for a limited time) desktop application that will analyse audio from any streaming platform or other source without the need to download any files or set up any routing.

The theory is that Audiolens will make it easier to make your own music sound more like the tracks you love. Specifically, in regard to their tonal balance, width and dynamics.

In addition, reference analysis from Audiolens will seamlessly integrate with iZotope Ozone 10 and Neutron 4  plugins. Once the relevant reference target is loaded into one of these tools, you can use their AI-powered assistants to match the mastering (Ozone 10) or mix (Neutron 4) settings, which you can then customise yourself.

To use Audiolens is simple: play your song, then hit Capture in the software and it will start analysing its audio characteristics. Ideally you need to do this for at least eight seconds; Audiolens will automatically stop analysing after three-and-a-half minutes.

There’s no recording on Audiolens- It is simply capturing information regarding loudness, EQ, dynamics and stereo width.

You can then name the track referencing profile and save it, with this profile immediately becoming accessible in Ozone or Neutron.

Additionally, Audiolens works on solo tracks eg, – guitar, bass, drum or other instrument parts.

You can currently download Audiolens for free on PC and Mac (you’ll need to create an iZotope account to do so), but only until 22 November, after which you will have to pay for it.

Audiolens is available for download on the iZotope website now.

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