With the release of Neutron Elements by iZotope, we thought it would be worth profiling the free spectral shaping plug-in from iZotope - Neutrino iZotope has designed this free plug-in to add that final polish to your mix. You can insert Neutrino on multiple tracks across your session to reveal a subtle amount of detail that can help lift out details in your mixes.
Neutrino - Four Modes Of Operation
- Voice - which is designed to add clarity and detail to help vocals sit on top of the mix without being harsh or strident.
- Instrument - has been designed to smooth resonances while preserving the authentic character of the instrument.
- Bass - to add punch and weight to electric, acoustic and synth basses.
- Drums - to emphasise transient detail across the spectrum to minimise muddy or flabby sounds.
iZotope Neutrino System Requirements
- Supported operating system
- Windows: 7, 8, and 10
- Mac: OS X 10.9–10.12
- Plug-in formats
- VST 2 (32-bit and 64-bit), VST 3 (32-bit and 64-bit), Audio Unit (32-bit and 64-bit), AAX (64-bit), RTAS (32-bit), Audiosuite DPM and AAX.
- Plug-in host compatibility
- Pro Tools 12.4, Pro Tools 11.3.1, Pro Tools 10.3.1, Logic Pro X.2, Ableton Live 9.5, Cubase Pro 8.5, REAPER 5.11, FL Studio 12.2, Studio One 3.1.1.
How To Get iZotope Neutrino
From the Neutrino page on the iZotope website, click on the get it free button. This will direct you to the Download page, which will ask you fro your email address. If you already have an account with iZotope, you will be taken directly to the Download page. Otherwise, you will be asked for some simple registration info, and then once you have a free account with iZotope you will be able to get a serial number and links to the Windows and Mac installers fro Neutrino.