Explore the features offered in iZotope Neutron, and learn how to incorporate this powerful mixing and mastering tool in your digital audio workstation (DAW) workflow.
- [Nate] Welcome to mixing with iZotope Neutron. Neutron is a powerful mixing plugin packed with features for accomplishing some pretty advanced mixing tasks. One of the things that makes Neutron very different from many other mix channel plugins is its analysis functions, which will listen to your tracks and make mix suggestions. Almost like having a virtual assistant engineer in the room with you. In this course I'll show you how to use Neutron's mix modules, including EQ, compressors, excitor and transient shaper. We'll also cover spectral processing with neutrino mode.
We'll go over Neutron's powerful masking meter for identifying and fixing masking issues. We'll take a look at Neutron's learn function to identify areas where you might want to apply processing, and finally we'll dive into track assistant, which will listen to or analyze audio tracks and adjust parameters for the different modules to give you a rough mix within seconds. If you're ready to get started let's dive into mixing with Neutron.
- 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