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Reviewed By battleblaze [all]
May 11th, 2024
Version reviewed: 1 on Mac

Used this for years. Writing this in in 2024. and prefer it even over some paid options. Clear visual layout that's easy to understand. Nothing fancy but as must have as a screwdriver for cleaning up mixes. The ability to expand stereo width while keeping your lower frequencies from widening is so easy.

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Reviewed By JeffRay [all]
April 17th, 2024
Version reviewed: 1.1.1 on Windows

Sometimes a widening function on a mastering compressor or equalizer is good enough. This is for when they aren't. It virtually never fails, is quite easy to use and gives some very useful extras like Mono-folding bass frequencies, phase controls, as well as input and output gain control. Compared to other stereo wideners, it's just better.

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Reviewed By msea [all]
April 14th, 2021
Version reviewed: 1.41 on Windows

edit - MAY 15, 2022 - Just tested this again and it shows totally clean at Virustotal.com.



This is great but the most recent Windows version 1.41 shows two positives at virustotal.com. I hope they are false positives but not being 100% sure, I'll have to wait before the issue is cleared up before I will use this again.

Bkav Pro.


Sangfor Engine Zero.


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Reviewed By Bady89 [all]
January 9th, 2020
Version reviewed: 1.1 on Windows

This plugin is the Key to create awesome bass lines, very amazing free plugin.

Big thanks to the creator.

One thing that could be better: It would be nice if i could configure the Sequencer BPM without changing host BPM.

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Reviewed By Drage1000 [all]
July 25th, 2019
Version reviewed: 1.1 on Mac

Only one review, this really deserved hundreds because it is simply excellent. A very flexible yet simple and intuitive tool, which even in expert mode is simple to understand and tweak parameters. Bot sure what more one could want from a gating effect but it beats all the commercial ones I've tried. And its free, easily worth a score or more.

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Reviewed By The Chase [all]
May 5th, 2018
Version reviewed: 1.x on Windows

There are a kajillion stereo utility plugs in a similar vein, so which do you use? This one. It's efficient, stable, seemless, and versatile.

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Reviewed By drewskee [all]
August 29th, 2017
Version reviewed: 1 on Mac

This is a great sounding, easy to use stereo widening device. Simple clear interface and provides the ability to both widen and collapse a stereo signal, then pan it within the stereo field. Add reverb to a sound, thin the stereo width then pan it to you'd desired location. Puts things in a specific spot and increasing/decreasing the reverb moves them closer or farther back. A great device, highly recommended.

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Reviewed By Sycopation [all]
October 20th, 2015
Version reviewed: 7 on Windows

I like this plugin a lot. The presets all seem to be geared to dance / EDM genres, which doesn't do a whole lot for me, so I basically never use them.

So, if you're not working in those genres, you might think this thing is way too over-the-top. The solution to that is simple - turn down the mix knob. Actually, I rarely use this over 50%, and I quite often use this as a send effect rather than an insert. I find it easier to control that way.

My favorite use for this is on pads. It just adds a rhythmic component to them. But again, subtlety is key. There is a fine line between adding a relatively subtle rhytmic pulse to a track, and making the whole track sound like an EDM banger.

It's free, but having used it now for 3+ months, it would easily be worth at least $20 to me, and I'm a cheap SOB. It's just sooooo easy to use, and it can really help give a nice "breathing" to an otherwise lifeless part. Just don't try to use it to rhythmize your whole track, unless you want it to be repetitive as all getout.

One suggestion I have for improvement is to be able to adjust the note value of each 16-part pattern. It only allows for 16th note durations, which can be pretty limiting, especially if you're not into dance music.

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