What is iZotope Labs?
iZotope Labs is a virtual testing ground for experimental products that help us bring new innovation into your hands faster. Tell us what tech works for you or what you’d love to see improved — together, we can shape the future of audio production!
The first experiment from iZotope Labs is a cloud-connected plug-in by the same name—iZotope Labs. It works on virtually all major digital audio workstations (DAWs), on macOS and Windows computers. By downloading the iZotope Labs plug-in you can test and review temporary prototypes. Future iZotope labs prototypes will also be made available outside of the iZotope Labs plug-in.
iZotope Labs is highly experimental. As a result you may discover bugs or experience unreliable results or lack of a consistent experience because these projects are still in-development. We hope you’ll share your experience with us through the feedback prompts in product.
Currently the iZotope Labs plug-in containing the prototype Morph One is only available for testing with a Music Production Suite Pro membership or trial. Other iZotope Labs experiments in the future may be open to the public in other formats, so stay tuned!
About Morph One
Morph One transforms your voice (or other audio) into various instruments such as violin, cello, flute, bass, saxophone, or guitar. Morph One is the first prototype from iZotope Labs—available through a real-time, cloud-connected beta plug-in currently available for Music Production Suite Pro members to trial starting January 20th, 2022.
Performance Note: This is an experimental plug-in so sounds may not render as expected. We're still fine-tuning the guitar, so keep us posted on which inputs feel realistic and which don't by filling out the feedback form in product. Morph One is a prototype, so you may discover bugs or other issues.
Save your work: Make sure to bounce any effects before you close your session.
How to access:
Morph one is currently available to Music Production Suite Pro trial users and members to test. To access Morph One as a member you will navigate to your Control Room website hub (check your welcome email) to download the iZotope Labs plug-in containing Morph One. The iZotope Labs plug-in and other experiments released from labs will not be available in iZotope Product Portal.
Where do I report prototype issues or send my feedback?
To report issues, submit improvements or tell us what you like about Morph One, use the ‘leave feedback’ form in the lower right hand corner in the plug-in.
Logic Pro X (all versions), Ableton Live 11, Ableton Live, 10, Ableton Live 9, Pro Tools, FL Studio 20, Cubase 11, Cubase 10.5, Nuendo 11, Studio One 5.4, MASCHINE, REAPER, Reason 11, Bitwig Studio 3
Morph One prototype notes:
-The guitar sound is currently a work progress and sounds more realistic with plucked or similar inputs. We hope you experiment with what’s possible anyhow!
-Morph one’s pitch detector only for for monophonic input and cannot transform polyphonic or chord input
-For best results your input register should be within the register of the instrument you are morphing to
-To apply automation, record your results to audio while automating
-The iZotope Labs plug-in is not supported for macOS Mojave, but is for masOS Catalina and onward.