iZotope's Ozone v9 was announced shortly before AES. The new version allows flexible, real-time track separation and rebalancing without the need to return to original multitracks, and offers new low-end enhancement and improved Match EQ features for conforming your music to reference tracks, plus much more. Ozone 9 costs $129 (Ozone Elements), $249 (Ozone Standard) or $499 for the top-of-the-range Advanced edition. In the video above from the show floor at AES, Editor-in-Chief Paul White gets a summary rundown of all the new features from product specialist Richard Morson.
Check out the new features in version 9 of the mastering suite