Cambridge, MA (July 24, 2012) – iZotope, Inc., a leading innovator in digital audio signal processing, has released the Food Sound Library, the latest in their collection of musically-inspiring sounds and samples. Designed for exclusive use with Iris, iZotope’s groundbreaking visual instrument, the Food Sound Library is available at no charge to customers who already own or who purchase Iris through July 31, 2012.
Chopping onions, cracking carrots, and smashing tomatoes – these are the sounds that inspire sound designers to new levels of creativity. Not only is Food ideally suited for movie and video game sound design, it contains over 100 patches that spark inventive musical exploration, much like the Glass and Wood sound libraries that came before it.
Sourced from a diverse range of delicious samples, Food transforms creative kitchen commotion into rich sonic ingredients, perfect for cooking up your own audio adventures. Explore everything from horror film fodder to organically-grown leads to evolving keyboards and pads, each one a musically stimulating patch for your next track or production project.
Pricing and Availability:
Now available at:
. Through July 31, 2012: FREE for everyone who already owns Iris or Iris+2; also comes free with any new purchase of Iris or Iris+2 through July 31, 2012. Starting August 1, 2012: MSRP $49.00 USD.
About iZotope, Inc.
iZotope is a research-driven audio technology company based in Boston, Massachusetts. Its award-winning products and audio technologies are used by millions of people in over 50 countries, from consumers to musicians to major film, TV, and radio studios. Some of the diverse clients include musical giants like BT, Depeche Mode, and RZA of WuTang Clan; radio stations like Boston’s iconic WGBH; and TV programming like CBS’s Survivor, the Discovery Channel’s Deadliest Catch, the World Cup broadcast, and the GRAMMY awards. Through an extensive licensing program, iZotope technology is also directly integrated into products made by industry-leaders such as Adobe, Avid, and Sony; video games from companies like Harmonix and Ubisoft; as well as a growing number of mobile phone applications. For more information on iZotope products, visit