Product description

Isol8  is an advanced mix monitoring tool. It divides the frequency range into 5 bands. These 5 bands can be soloed or muted individually. This will help you to concentrate on certain frequency ranges during the mixing and mastering process.

On top you can use ISLO8 as a flexible multi-band splitter with following complex plugin chains. The split signal can finally be mixed together. Isol8 is originally designed to be used on the master track, but it can also be used on individual audio track busses.


  • 5 adjustable frequency bands
  • solo/mute function for each band individually
  • Linkwitz-Riley crossover filter design
  • 24/48dB/Oct filter slope
  • multiple filter channel modes (Stereo/Left/Right/Mid/Side)
  • multiple monitor modes (Stereo/Left/Right/Mid/Side)
  • in-place or centered monitoring
  • swap left/right channel
  • adjustable output level
  • loudness dim function
  • side-chain monitoring
  • keyboard control
  • multi channel split
  • large and easy to use GUI
  • free GUI scaling
  • 64-bit internal processing
  • GPU and non GPU version


  • Version: 2.7.7
  • Last update: 24.02.2024
  • PDF manual: Download
  • Changelog: View

It's free!

Important notes:

Before downloading and installing please check the system requirements!

Two versions of downloads are provided: GPU (OpenGL/Metal GFX card required) and no GPU (GUI rendered by CPU).

More downloads

Portuguese/Brazilian manual: download (Thanks to Joao Aranha)


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Customer reviews

nitial Follow Up/Feedback, further to my initial use.

1. Display

Tried this out, looks great, if a bit large on my 1366 x 768 resolution 15 inch diagonal laptop display. Not unusual, noticed that more recent plugins also seem to take up far more screen estate, than older plugins, probably the effect of monitors/displays with so much more resolution as technology/cost has evolved.

I can imagine that on a larger display/higher resolution display, this would look just about right.

On the display I guess its always going to be a bit of a juggling act, between aiming to fit on a variety of screens, as probably the easiest way to encode the display widgets is to use a fixed size.

-- kodebode