iZotope Technology Licensing Offers Audio Solutions for Mobile Devices

Audio Research Firm Offers High Quality Audio Signal Processing for Licensing

Cambridge, MA (June 7, 2010) – iZotope, Inc., a research-driven audio signal processing company born out of MIT, is offering high quality DSP to mobile application developers through their extensive licensing program.

For nearly a decade iZotope has worked with small and large companies in Music, Film, TV and Radio Broadcast, Corporate A/V, Consumer Electronics, Business and Telecommunications. Top audio products such as Adobe Audition, Sony Sound Forge, Minnetonka AudioToolsâ„¢ AWE, Avid (Digidesign) Pro Tools, as well as video products such as Grass Valley / Canopus Edius 5 and Techsmith Camtasia Studio rely on iZotope DSP to provide the highest quality audio and functionality for their end users.

Mobile devices have become a premier platform for entertainment, with thousands of exciting apps available for making music, playing games, and listening to radio streams. These experiences are all improved with creative audio effects, pitch and time processing. For example, live audio streams broadcasted via radio apps can be sonically enhanced using the same mastering technology available in iZotope’s award-winning Ozone plug-in.

Smartphone devices are used daily to record voice memos, lectures and other events in a variety of environments. The combination of iZotope’s noise reduction and vocal enhancement technologies can vastly improve the quality of these audio recordings. Using iZotope’s advanced time processing algorithms, audio can be slowed down for transcription or sped up for previewing, without any degradation or artifacts in the speech.

Introduced in 2008, iZotope’s iDrum for iPhone app quickly became one of the top music creation and beat-making apps in the App Store. iZotope later partnered with high-profile artists such as RZA of Wu-Tang, Depeche Mode and Underworld to transform the app into an effective platform for marketing and promoting musicians, bands and record labels. Now with integrated Facebook and Twitter sharing, the iDrum for iPhone app is an even more effective tool – not just for music marketing, but for product branding.

For more information on iZotope’s licensing programs, visit http://www.izotope.com/tech/izomobile.

Licensing contact:
Alex Westner
Business Development Manager
Phone: 617.528.8255
alex.westner@izotope.com
www.izotope.com/tech

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