All three plug-ins are highly mono-compatible, maintaining the original character of the source audio without introducing unwanted phase, reverb or delay artefacts.
Stereoizer – powerful stereo widening
Stereoizer is a stereo width plug-in with a clear difference – your mix will still sound great in mono. Add natural sounding width and depth to any recording, mono or stereo, leaving the character of the source intact. Or go super wide – the choice is yours.
Achieve a more coherent sound with polish and spatial balance, without adding artificial reverb, chorusing or delay. Total mono compatibility and no unwanted artefacts.
Monofilter – Essential bass management
Wide low frequencies can result in weak, muddy, unfocused bass. Monofilter is a plug-in which allows you to grab hold of your bass and root it solidly within a mix, by narrowing the low frequencies from stereo into mono.
Now you can sharpen, define, align and anchor your bass for the tightest mix. This also improves performance on systems with separate low-frequency handling – club PAs, live rigs, and 2.1 gaming systems, for example.
Stereoplacer – 21st century pan control
Stereoplacer is a frequency-specific panning plug-in which takes you beyond traditional left/right panning. Zone in on specific frequencies and tweak, fix or re-align them in the stereo panorama without affecting other regions. Reposition complex audio, reconstruct a mono image, or correct a poor recording, all with total mono compatibility.
Fine-tune your stereo image with parametric balancing controls. Just choose the position you want and let Stereoplacer take care of the rest.
- Artefact-free stereo widening
- Highly mono compatible
- Retains original character
- Anchors low frequency power
- Dynamic visual feedback
- AAX, VST3, AU and AudioSuite in 64-bit
- Mac OSX 10.7.x, 512 MB RAM
- Windows XP or above, 512 MB RAM
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