Getting Started with iZotope’s Neutron Mixing Plug-in

iZotope’s revolutionary new mixing plug-in, Neutron, will help you to achieve higher levels of focus and clarity in your mixes. Watch the tutorial below or read on to learn more about Neutron’s five built-in mix modules and limiter, as well as an introduction to the new Track Assistant and Masking Meter features. 

Getting up and running with presets

Start with any of the presets by clicking on the preset manager at the top of Neutron’s interface. Track Assistant is another great way to set up your initial settings. It works by analyzing the program material, automatically detecting the instruments, and then giving you a highly customized starting point for each of the modules inside Neutron, including EQ node placement, compression thresholds, crossover frequencies, and more. Just like a preset, it can give you some basic settings to get started with while giving you the flexibility to make any changes.


Go deeper with Track Assistant here.

Using the Limiter

In addition to Neutron five main modules, you also get a limiter in the output section. Set the limiter’s ceiling and choose different limiting modes that will set how the limiter reacts to the program material. This comes from the same great limiting technology inside the maximizer of Ozone, so you get access to some great transparent limiting built right in.

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