Berklee and iZotope team up

Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts, has teamed up with iZotope to outfit its lab and studio facilities. iZotope will also be partnering with the contemporary music and audio technology educator for educational events and training opportunities.

iZotope’s award-winning Ozone 5, RX 2, Alloy 2, Iris, Nectar, Trash 2, and Stutter Edit will now be available in audio technology facilities accessible to both Electronic Production & Design and Music Production & Engineering major programs. Designed with numerous audio production workflows in mind, these iZotope tools are meant to aid students in their sound design, composition, mixing and mastering activities at the Berklee campus.

"Berklee is a leading educator in both music and audio technology and iZotope has a long-standing history of supporting its software tools with additional educational materials such as the Mastering with Ozone and RX Audio Repair guides," says Scott Simon, Business Development Manager at iZotope, Inc.

"It’s exciting to work with an organisation whose attention and connection to technology aligns well with our own. To be able to offer our tools to such a diverse group of students is a wonderful opportunity that speaks to our own educational initiatives in audio."

"Since its founding, Berklee College of Music’s mission has been to help students excel in music as a sustainable career," says Anthony Marvuglio, Assistant VP for Academic Technology at Berklee College of Music. "We’re happy that iZotope is helping students and teachers at Berklee further their education in music technology fields through award-winning software and educational initiatives."