NUGEN Audio Stereoizer
Stereoizer is a mono-capable stereo image manipulation tool, to naturally expand or reduce your stereo width at any stage of the audio production process.
Stereoizer is a mono-capable stereo image manipulation tool, to naturally expand or reduce your stereo width at any stage of the audio production process. It offers you the full range of stereo image enhancement, from gentle width adjustments to huge dynamic ambiences that add space and help bring your mix to life.
This plug-in offers you the full range of stereo image enhancement, from gentle width adjustments to huge dynamic ambiences that add space and help bring your mix to life.
Traditional panning can be very dynamically limited. This plug-in adds natural sounding width and depth to any audio recording, mono or stereo, leaving the inherent character of the original source intact. It gives you full control of your sonic image, creating realistic stereo ambience out of mono information, or expanding an already-stereo image to add even more sonic space to your mix.
Most important feature : The mono-compatibility means that when you sum your artificially “stereoized” tracks to back mono, they return to their original state. So that when they are played through the mono sound systems that are found in most traditional bars and clubs, no sonic elements drop out of your mix.
“I keep coming back time & time again to the Stereoizer plugin. Stereoizer gives you great spatial widening whilst keeping the original source sounds how you want to hear them.”
“My favorite plugin at the moment is the Stereoizer. Man, I hate reading manuals, so this one impressed me by just applying it to the master fader with the very first factory preset.”
Besides just “adding space”, the Stereoizer gives you complete dynamic control over the sonic field, and can fix a number of common mix issues. It can be used to:
- Expand a narrow stereo spectra
- Introduce width to mono recordings
- Enhance the depth of FX return channels
- Reign in over enthusiastic spot FX
- Create ‘centre space’
- Settle and balance ‘forward’ sounds
- Generate panoramic ambience
- Add richness and gloss
- Re-focus central solidity
- Avoid heavy EQ and/or compression
- Open up cluttered frequencies
- Fix poorly positioned mics
- Add depth, width and space to specific tracks
- Enliven static sounds