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I’m excited about this one. The teaser video gets the job done too… I want more!!!

Ozone 6, the latest version of iZotope’s complete mastering system, has a workflow centered around creativity: A redesigned, modern interface guides and inspires users of all experience levels at every step, so you can freely experiment with ease.
  

  
Reinvent timeless sounds by harnessing the sonic texture of classic analog gear, then tweak with the surgical precision of digital software. An intuitive display and robust visual feedback let you dial in your signature sound in just a few clicks.

Whether you’re a professional engineer or a home studio producer, Ozone 6 gives you everything you need to effortlessly produce professional-sounding masters in one elegant package.

Pricing and availability details:

Customers who purchase Ozone 5 after September 1, 2014, will receive a free upgrade to Ozone 6 upon release.

Customers who purchase Ozone 5 Advanced after September 1, 2014, will receive a free upgrade to Ozone 6 Advanced upon release.

Special upgrade pricing to Ozone 6 and Ozone 6 Advanced will be available for all previous Ozone customers upon the release of Ozone 6. Visit iZotope website to learn more.

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Stop Asking For A Price Over Social Media Timelines

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It’s lame. I see this all of the time for various services and have experienced it a few times as well. If they didn’t post a price; ask how to get in touch with them, or simply check their profile to see if they’ve provided contact information and use it to inquire about pricing.

When sending an email, identify yourself and state your business in a professional and well articulated tone as someone who is serious about spending money. The same applies for direct/private messaging and phone calls.

I’ve received private messages and emails with one liners such as “how much you charge for xyz?” This type of inquiry is ignored because they’ve given me early signs of being a person I don’t want to have future business communications with.

Something to remember: There are various reasons why companies and or individuals do not post pricing to social media. Therefore, if you have to ask for a price, there must be a reason why you didn’t see it in the first place. Approach them appropriately.

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