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NAMM 2019BOOM Library releases ReCenter True Dynamic Stereo-Centering Plug-in

BOOM Library has announced the release of ReCenter, a new plug-in for macOS and Windows for "True Dynamic Stereo-Centering".

Here's what they say:

The Instant Stereo Fix
ReCenter automatically repairs off-center stereo recordings while keeping the original stereo width which makes it an invaluable time-saver and a perfect tool for professional post-production. Fix off-centered stereo field recordings, dynamically center vocal artists or musicians that moved around the stage or center hard directional effects like drive-bys and stereo whooshes. ReCenter makes tedious panning automation obsolete so you can focus on your creative flow.

Dynamically Correct Stereo Images
Have you ever worked with stereo material that was not centered correctly? Pointing a stereo microphone a hundred percent accurately onto a sound source gets harder the further away the source is. As a result, you get a recording with a constantly shifting center that would require you to manually adjust and automate the panning over the whole recording. ReCenter continuously analyzes the directionality of a stereo or M/S signal and rotates it to a given target angle in real-time – without narrowing the stereo image.

Good-bye Corrective Panning
Correct poorly aimed or moving stereo recordings while skipping the time-consuming and most often ineffective pan automation process. All you need to do is tell ReCenter how hard, fast and precisely it should adjust your signal.

This will drastically increase your workflow and save you hours of manual and tedious panning as well as constantly checking your stereo signal. With ReCenter, you have one thing less to worry about and you can focus all your energies on your creative work.

Intro Price: €55.20 (Reg. €69).

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Discussion: Active
ha33y
ha33y
16 March 2019 at 10:51am

Looks interesting, would be great to have a video explaining how to use this. For example, could this be added to the master bus to increase the width of the mix and still retain mono compatibility?

I would like to know exactly when and how to use the MS Input, Multiband and other functions for best results without hindering the mix but still adding dimension, width and clarity.

If this is as good as it seems, I think you will have real winner on your hands.

Please make a video tutorial using it in the studio on a music track mix and how it can be used.

Many thanks in advance.

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