* Clicks when adjusting width control in some hosts (particularly when automated) now fixed.
* Are your pad sounds lacking width?
* Does your percussion lack space?
* Are your atmospherics lacking dynamics?
Designed for adding adjustable stereo spread to mono or stereo input signals Stereoizer gives you the controls you need to take your sounds into new dimensions.
Now with new mono-compatible features and dynamic control for a shifting stereo image, Stereoizer 2 can generate the full range of stereo enhancement, from subtle depth control to full dynamic shifting and phase realignment. Great for percussion parts, lifeless pads, static lead sounds - anything that needs that little bit extra.
Features Include: Width and Resolution control for adding fully mono-compatible stereo enhancement / Phase Invert / Phase Shift / Expanding Interface / Linear Width Control / Mono Compatible stereo Dynamics Control / Preset and User patches. Peak Hold level meter and fully integrated off-line licensing.
An insert effect to create a stereo signal from a mono input by modulating
delay time, frequency and amplitude of the incoming signal
Combines delay modulation and MS routines
to create natural sounding stereo effects
It can also be used as a chorus/flanger/phaser or
to modify the signal beyond recognition if pushed to the extremes
Very useful for doubling vocals or synthies
or to manipulate the stereo base of incoming audio
Dual mode modulates both input channels separately
Price: 20 dollar / LT version free
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