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Looking to ‘stereoize’ a mono recording by frequency.
Old 5th September 2019
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Lightbulb Looking to ‘stereoize’ a mono recording by frequency.

Hi all,

I have a limit of x2 ins for a recording I’m doing later.
Mic 1 - Vocals
Mic 2 - Upright piano.

It got me thinking.. with my mono source on the piano, if I want to create some width I could use a spread or an adt if appropriate.

Is there a spread out there that can work by frequency?

For example 50hz is hard panned left and 10khz is hard panned right and every frequency in between falls into a different panning position in between?

Thanks!

R
Old 5th September 2019
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Originally Posted by orangefridge View Post
Hi all,

I have a limit of x2 ins for a recording I’m doing later.
Mic 1 - Vocals
Mic 2 - Upright piano.

It got me thinking.. with my mono source on the piano, if I want to create some width I could use a spread or an adt if appropriate.

Is there a spread out there that can work by frequency?

For example 50hz is hard panned left and 10khz is hard panned right and every frequency in between falls into a different panning position in between?

Thanks!

R
If your looking for one in Logic X, Logic's Stereo Spread plug-in does this! There are lots of 3rd party plug-ins that do this, PSP PseudoStereo plugin does a good job and I use it on a regular basis for mono recorded acoustic guitars, mono compatibility is excellent on this plug-in as well...
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