Get ready to play with the sounds of childhood
Cambridge, MA (September 11, 2012) – iZotope, Inc., a leading innovator in digital audio signal processing, has released the Toys Sound Library for exclusive use with Iris, iZotope’s groundbreaking visual instrument. This entertaining and surprise-packed Sound Library plays on childhood nostalgia, evoking emotions ranging from joyful happiness to nightmarish terror.
Create youth-inspired soundscapes for any purpose with one of one hundred professionally-designed patch presets, like Lunchbox Lead, Unicorn Tears, Peanut Butter Nap, Mood Ring, and Candy from Strangers. Alternatively, open up the Sound Library’s toy box of audio samples and discover over two hundred new sounds to manipulate within Iris, including wooden blocks, laser guns, dollhouses, wind-up cars, squeak-toys and xylophones.
Nurtured from a diverse selection of childhood favorites, Toys is the perfect sound set for those looking to add professional playfulness to their sound design work. Whether scoring for a blockbuster film or just playing around, Toys will keep you occupied for hours of audio mischief.
Other Iris Sound Libraries by iZotope include: Food, Glass, and Wood.
Pricing and Availability: Toys is now available for an MSRP of $49 USD.
To learn more about Toys, visit www.izotope.com/iris/sounds. To learn more about Iris, visit www.izotope.com/iris.
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 www.izotope.com.