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IZOTOPE Neutron 3 Advanced £359


It doesn’t feel all that long ago that we reviewed Neutron 2 (alongside Ozone 8), which included a solid suite of mixing processors and useful tools, alongside several new features and improvements to iZotope’s AI Mix Assistant. Now we are at version 3, with a similar-looking product on the surface, but look a little deeper and you’ll see that it contains a handful of notable additions and refinements, making this the best version of Neutron yet.


I am looking at the full-fat Neutron 3 Advanced, although it’s worth noting that there are cutdown versions, various upgrade prices and several software bundle options available, with more details on the iZotope website. So what’s in the Advanced version? Well, you get the seven main processors built in, which includes the Equalizer, 2 Compressors, Gate, Transient Shaper, Exciter, and new Sculptor modules, plus individual plug-in versions for each. You also get the Visual Mixer, Relay and Tonal Balance Control plug-ins, plus the built-in Limiter, the improved Masking Meter, and the AI Mix Assistant that comprises of the previously available Track Enhance function and a fancy new Balance feature.

Aside from these main components,

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