Learn about iZotope Neutron's auto-mixing and intelligent audio mix detection features.
- [Narrator] What makes Neutron truly unique is its intelligent mixing functionality. If you're a professional audio engineer working on a tight deadline, or you're someone who doesn't have a lot of experience mixing, Neutron can offer some great mix suggestions for your tracks and your project by listening to and analyzing the audio on a track where the plug in is used. This really makes it a very valuable tool and like having a virtual assistant engineer mixing in the room with you. In this chapter, we're going to dive into Neutron's intelligent mix functionality including the learn function, which makes suggestions for where to apply audio processing, track assistant, which makes suggestions and actually makes mixing changes.
Intelligent display options like the masking meter, which will show potential competing frequencies between two tracks and more. We'll also go over the different assistant types or personalities of each assistant. In most cases these suggestions are simply great starting points. You will almost always want to experiment beyond Neutron's mix suggestions. However, you could let neutrol mix a track for you. Taking a closer look at Neutron's intelligent suggestions is a great way to learn mixing techniques. Let's do that now and dive into some of these techniques in the next chapters.
- Working with iZotope Neutron in a DAW
- Understanding the UI
- Working with modules like EQ, Compressor, and Exciter
- Working with Track Assistant
- Saving personal presets
- Setting up and using the Masking Meter
- Correcting masking issues in Neutron