Move Around The Stereo Field

mathewlane.com releases DrMS spatial processor plug-in      28/07/08
Move Around The Stereo Field


mathewlane.com tell us that their DrMS presents a new way to approach the manipulation of stereo audio. It is based on MS (Mid-Side) processing, although DrMS splits the stereo signal into four sections rather than the normal two, giving you new levels of control: zoom in, add depth, change width or any combination and more. DrMS is designed to take you wherever you want to go in the stereo field.
Each of the four sections has a resonant high pass filter to clean up the lows and a tilt equalizer to soften the highs, plus a sample-based delay line to slightly shift the signal against the other sections. The level and combination of the different sections will result in various changes of the stereo field.
The flexible controls ensure a wide range of applications, both for mixing and mastering as well as for post production. You can use DrMS for tasks going from simple MS encoding/decoding, over stereo field and depth enhancement, to fixing mono compatibility issues and more.
For easy A/B comparision between original and processed signal, an autogain circuit is build in to ensure a level matched output.
Mix engineer Dylan '3D' Dresdow (Black Eyed Peas, Michael Jackson, Usher) is quoted as saying, "The DrMS plugin gives you unrivaled high performance control over stereo material. It redefines the boundaries, literally, of stereo imaging and depth."
DrMS runs as AU/VST2/RTAS plugin on OSX and as VST2/RTAS plugin on Windows.
Pricing and Availability:
DrMS is immediately available for only 25euro (ex. VAT) More information and demo version:
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