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PreSonus gear owners can now get iZotope’s Neutron Elements plugin for free

If you are currently a proud owner of an interface or mixer from PreSonus and have loved it, but always yearned for some iZotope plugins a mouse click away, you might be in great luck. Both PreSonus and iZotope have recently come forward to announce a big collaborative effort for both of their brands, called the Studio Magic Bundle. Starting right now, both qualified owners and new buyers of PreSonus interfaces or mixers that are available on the market for new purchase have been granted free access to the highly regarded Neutron Elements plugin from iZotope — a plugin that for everyone else costs $129.

About Neutron Elements

iZotope Neutron Elements
iZotope Neutron Elements

The Neutron Elements plugin from iZotope is a more entry-level piece of software to the more expanded model, Neutron 2. This plugin is essentially the ultimate mixing assistant — it includes features such as ‘Track Assistant’ and ‘EQ Learn,’ to get you to the optimal starting point, and will assist you in identifying potential recording or mixing flaws to speed up your workflow and overall efficiency. For some, it could even be used as a “set it, and forget it” plugin, since it is easily capable of processing mixes as well as identifying and fixing potential problem areas in just a matter of seconds. But in either case, iZotope’s Neutron Elements is a powerhouse of a plugin, especially for one that is considered “entry-level.”

With all of this in mind, it should be no question that if you are already an owner of a PreSonus interface or mixer that you should absolutely take advantage of this collaboration deal between these two companies. If you’ve been thinking about picking up a piece of PreSonus gear in the near future, this should also come as a nice surprise. With this offer marking the beginning of PreSonus and iZotope’s collaborative efforts, we very much look forward to seeing what is next on the horizon. To learn more about the Studio Magic Bundle, and to download a version for yourself, please visit the dedicated bundle page right here.

Jimmy Byrne

Jimmy Byrne is a music producer, audio engineer, and musician living in Chicago, IL. Under his own company ByrneOut Productions, he has worked with a variety of artists & bands from throughout the US on the overall production and studio recording of their music as well as other audio-related projects. Looking ahead, Jimmy hopes to continue growing his career and company, build professional relationships with musicians and other industry professionals, and somehow leave his mark in this ever-changing industry.

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