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Trash Mode in the Exciter Module

Distort responsibly. Or not. A slice of fan favorite Trash is now in Neutron 4. Distort and destroy sounds with Trash Mode allowing you to discover new extremes by blending between different textures. Curate character changes with the new Tone Slider to explore the boundaries of weird and wild. Distort responsibly with the Tame button to preserve dynamic expression as you destroy.

Neutron's Exciter Module

Distort responsibly. Or not. A slice of fan favorite Trash is now in Neutron 4. Distort and destroy sounds with Trash Mode allowing you to discover new extremes by blending between different textures. Curate character changes with the new Tone Slider to explore the boundaries of weird and wild. Distort responsibly with the Tame button to preserve dynamic expression as you destroy.

About the Exciter Module

Add articulate textural saturation to your tracks with Neutron’s Exciter module. With Neutron’s signature multiband and blend controls, three Pre-emphasis Modes, and four unique distortion types, Exciter lets you dial in the perfect amount of shimmering presence or gritty distortion for all your tracks.


Exciter features:

  • NEW! Trash Mode A slice of iZotope fan favorite Trash is now in Neutron so you can distort and destroy audio in wild and weird ways.*

  • NEW! Tone Slider and Tame button. Tone your charachter changes with the new Tone Slider, adjusting the emphasis to low or high frequency content. Use the new Tame button to preserve dynamic expression as you destroy with distortion or dial up effects.*

  • Fine-tune your saturation and distortion colors with 3 Global Modes (Full, Defined, Clean) and 4 blendable saturation types (Tube, Warm, Tape, & Retro) plus 4 distortion types* (Overdrive, Scream,Clipper, & Scratch)

  • Use the intuitive blend interface to apply just the right amount of saturation to your tracks.

  • Activate crossover frequency auto-learn and Analog (zero-latency) or Hybrid (transparent) crossovers to dictate which frequencies receive the desired saturation.*
    *Not included in Neutron Elements

How to distort responsibly

Tame your gain

When Tame is enabled, the input signal’s original dynamics are restored and distortion is applied evenly to performances with varying dynamics. When Tame is disabled the Exciter acts as a typical stompbox effect, where distortion is applied based on the level of the original signal, amount of applied gain, and the distortion profile.

PRO TIP: Tame is best used in situations where you want to maintain the original musical expression of an input signal. For example, applying the Exciter to a vocal part that has soft and loud dynamic material may result in reducing the dynamic range of the part entirely. Adding Tame will provide an evenly distributed distortion effect and maintain that vocal part’s dynamics.

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