Mildon Studios releases LXR for inserting small amounts of delay to each channel of a stereo track 29/03/11
Mildon Studios tells us that LXR is a lightweight tool that lets you insert small amounts of delay to each channel of a stereo track. They say that it can be useful for widening vocals, instruments, and even entire mixes and can also be useful for creating drone and chorus effects. Here's the rest of what they have to say about it...
Channel delay, as simple as it sounds, can work wonders in your mix. A 10ms delay in the left or right channel can make your track sound a bit wider. In my experience it can even create the effect of taming harsh low frequencies and sibilants. Of course too much of it can make any voice sound like C3PO, and you don't want that unless you're mixing the next RoboCop installment. The bottom line is that you shouldn't rely on this or similar effects to solve problems in the mix. But if you know when to use it, a little delay can work to your advantage. Pricing and Availability: