Dr. Jean-Marc Jot (VP of Research and Chief Scientist)
iZotope, Inc., the experts in intelligent audio technology, today announced Dr. Jean-Marc Jot will join iZotope as Vice President of Research and Chief Scientist. As a member of the research team reporting to Chief Technology Officer, Jonathan Bailey, Dr. Jot will lead the company’s efforts in advanced scientific research, expanding and deepening iZotope’s investigations into applications of machine learning and digital signal processing technology for audio.
Dr. Jot, who is renowned for his work in sound spatialization, immersive audio and artificial reverberation, joins iZotope from Magic Leap, where most recently he was Vice President and Head of Audio & Media. He previously served as Senior Vice President and Head of Research & Development at DTS, as well as Research Fellow at Creative Labs and Research Scientist at IRCAM.
“iZotope has built our business and brand on a culture of developing breakthrough, innovative technologies for audio production,” said Bailey. “As both an internationally recognized scholar and visionary thought leader in audio research, Jean-Marc brings a track record of excellence to our R&D organization. We are incredibly excited to have him join our team, and look forward to collaborating with him to achieve iZotope’s vision for the future of music and audio creation.”
As VP of Research and Chief Scientist, Dr. Jot will spearhead the scientific discovery of enabling technologies for iZotope and collaborate across the organization on the product vision. As part of this work, he will oversee the audio research team and drive the company’s advanced technology strategy and roadmap.
“I am thrilled to join a company that’s a proven pioneer in extending the music and audio professional’s palette, both through innovative technology and increased access to tools for a broader creative community,” said Dr. Jot. “I look forward to being a part of iZotope’s continued success and helping them reach new heights.”
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