October 29, 2019
Mixing with Neutron 3
Relatively basic. Everything seems to be based on subtlety with little or no regard to the application itself. This is one of those "listen to the track" tutorials that causes cringe, instead fully explaining the application in depth!
It could be the instructor versus the overview of the product itself. For example, if we are trying to understand "guitar masking", let's hear the guitars! We all understand listening (monitoring or mixing) in the context of the overall mix, however when trying to deal with guitar masking while simultaneously hearing vocals, synths, bass, drums, etc, the true explanation of Neutron 3 is somewhat neglected. A solo A/B would be nice. Most explanations in this tutorial are painfully basic with little or no regard for the professional application of Neutron 3.
Except for Mix Assistant, nearly everything taught in this tutorial can be achieved with a basic channel strip from any D.A.W. It doesn't give Neutron 3 it's due justice. Izotope has better tutorials for Neutron 3 compared to this one.
On the contrary, other Groove 3 tutorials have been much more helpful in less time. I highly recommend comparing this to the Ozone 9 explained tutorial and you will quickly see why I took the time to write this review.
IMO, this tutorial is not worth the time for semi-pros or serious hobbyists. Something told me to sign-up for the monthly membership instead of purchasing it beforehand. Boy am I glad I didn't buy it directly. If that were the case, I would demand a refund.
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