Maybe you’ve been in one of these situations…
- You have a mix that sounds too narrow with too many mono sources
- You have a mix that sounds too wide and has phase problems
- You have a muddy mix with a single effect or reverb across multiple tracks
- Improper stereo mic techniques
I could go on and on, but I’m sure you get the point.
Creating an immersive stereo mix that sounds deep and wide is what sets apart the pros from the amateurs.
A great stereo image paints a crystal clear picture of each sound and where it is in relation to the listener.
In a dense mix, it’s very easy to get “mix soup.”
Of course, there are the usual techniques with level, EQ or reverb etc…
Techniques like increasing the level of something so it sounds closer or cutting the highs so something sounds further back in the mix.
You can even use less reverb so a sound is more upfront.
But sometimes you just need a little something more…
Luckily, there’s DrMS from Mathew Lane.
Introducing DrMS – a Spatial Processing Plug-in
Mathew Lane DrMS presents a new way to approach the manipulation of stereo audio.
DrMS is a unique spatial processor plugin based on Mid/Side processing, DrMS has a wide range of applications for mixing, mastering, and post-production, that gives you almost limitless control over your stereo field.
Get DrMS – a powerful spatial processor plug-in starting at only $4.99/month.