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iZotope Licenses Audio Technology for Inclusion in Adobe® Premiere® Pro CC

Cambridge, MA – (May 9, 2013) – iZotope, Inc, a research-driven audio technology company, has licensed multiple audio processing technologies for inclusion in the new Adobe® Premiere® Pro CC, the video production component of Adobe Creative Cloud. The industry-leading, cross-platform video editor now features a suite of audio effects including convolution reverb, vocal enhancer, mastering tools, single and multiband compressors, and other audio technologies.

“We’re happy to continue our long-standing relationship with Adobe by making this collection of iZotope tools, currently available within Adobe Audition®, available to Adobe Premiere Pro CC users as well, ” says Scott Simon, Business Development Manager for iZotope. “We’re excited to help even more members of the creative media community enhance their audio.”

“We’re pleased to announce the inclusion of iZotope technology in the new version of Adobe Premier Pro. Adobe Premiere Pro CC offers incredible performance and features for video professionals,” says Simon Williams, Director of Strategic Relations at Adobe. “iZotope’s audio processing is a perfect fit for the growing video market and will enable Adobe Premiere Pro users to use a range of audio tools directly within their post production workflow.”

For more information about iZotope technologies for licensing, visit www.izotope.com/tech.

About Adobe Creative Cloud
Adobe Creative Cloud is a simple monthly membership that provides the entire collection of Adobe tools. Members get access to every new feature upgrade as soon as it is available – at no additional cost. Membership offers ongoing access to all of the Adobe creative desktop applications, including new features as they become available, plus online services for file sharing, publishing, and more. To learn more about Creative Cloud for Video Pros, visit http://www.adobe.com/products/creativecloud/video.html.

About iZotope
iZotope is a research-driven audio software company based in Boston, Massachusetts. Its products and audio technology are used by millions of people in over 50 countries, from hobbyist musicians to GRAMMY® Award winners. iZotope focuses on developing innovative audio technology for professional and consumer applications. This core technology is presented to customers in its award-winning product line and through its extensive licensing program. For more information on iZotope products, visit www.izotope.com.

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