I have TRacks and have used Ozone for a couple of releases. Some of the new TRacks
processors are really nice sounding, but I can never decide that it it better than Ozone.
Izotope has actually convinced me that I don't want interfaces with knobs and
photo-realistic front panels - I want graphs that I can drag and find that I work far more
intuitively this way than using a control surface these days. The only downside for me is
that I sometimes struggle to get back to basics - turn everything off and actually listen
to what each component is doing. I also get caught-up in hearing vintage nice from an
antiqued front panel - the Ozone interface doesn't give you anywhere to hide. Personally,
I'd authorise it and get Alloy at the same time!
Don't bother to thank me just
in case your missus finds this and tracks me down!
Mixing, Mastering, Audio Editing at The Dustbowl Audio