Mathew Lane and Gobbler launch DrMS on Subscription

DrMS is both a Mix AND a Mastering tool

Use DrMS during a mix on individual tracks like synths and keys, on busses like guitars, backing vocals, strings, and brass and fx returns to widen.

Use DrMS during mastering on non-mono-compatible mixes and ‘save’ sounds that otherwise get lost in mono, full mixes to “open them up” and enhance the overall definition and as a spatial enhancer, to create more width and depth to give an ITB mix a more ‘analog’ soundstage.

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How Does DrMS Work?

Although It’s based on MS (Mid-Side) processing, DrMS splits the stereo signal into four sections rather than the normal two, giving you new levels of control; Mid, Side, Focus, Field with controls for width, focus, and depth.Each section also has a resonant high pass filter to tighten up the lows and a tilt equalizer to smooth out the highs. There’s even a sample-based delay line so you can shift a sections signal against the others.
Try DrMS From Mathew Lane Today

We all want to have our mixes sound deep and wide…

Imaging control is one of the big benefits of the digital world.

No plug-in does it better than DrMS

But don’t take our word for it, try it out for yourself

You’ll quickly see why so many pros have this on their “must have” list


Mathew Lane DrMS is now available as a monthly or annual subscription

Get DrMS – a powerful spatial processor plug-in starting at only $4.99/month.

Focus On Your Stereo Image

The Mathew Lane DrMS is a unique spatial processor plugin based on Mid/Side processing, with 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.