Create Unnaturally Wide Mixes

Musicrow's SuperPan for Reaktor uses psychoacoustics for panning effects      17/12/12

Musicrow has updated Golden Ensembles for Reaktor to v3.09. The update includes a new Reaktor ensemble: SuperPan.

They tell us that SuperPan is a special panning effect that enables users to place sounds out of the speakers. Based on sophisticated psychoacoustic methods, SuperPan can be used for the creation of unnaturally wide mixes, for special 'pop out' effects, and for adding unusual motion effects within regular and distorted spaces. Many surprising pre-made 'spacey' presets are included.

Main Features:
•       Pan out of the speakers
•       Create super wide stereo mixes
•       Extreme 3D effects
•       Add unusual motion
•       Modulators: Two Sequencers and an LFO
•       Many surprising 'spacey' presets

Pricing and Availability:

SuperPan is available as part of Golden Ensembles 3 that now contains 45 ensembles, synthesizers and effects for NI Reaktor 5. The update is available for free for Golden Ensembles 3 users.
Musicrow also offers Golden Ensembles 3 for a special Xmas price of 99EURO (Instead of 169Euro) until 31 Dec, 2012.


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