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Windows OS 7 or newer
Mac OS 10.7 or newer
HPL2 Processor plug-in is released for free.
A professional binaural conversion technology "HPL"(HeadPhone Listening) used by some Japanese label that produces high-quality high-resolution music when producing a sound source version for headphones.
The conversion tool was released as a VST plug-in. (free)
By using this HPL2 Processor plug-in, you will be able to listen to the same mix-balanced sound as you listen to a 2-ch stereo sound source with a speaker, even with headphones or earphones.
Originally the music sound source is made to be comfortable for the speaker. Realizing with the headphones and the earphone without breaking the mix balance is very important to obtain the original sound.
It is not an effector that adds something and makes it pleasant.
It play original good sound correctly even with headphones and earphones.
It is professional use conversion technology aimed at only that.
This plug-in can be used for free so that more people enjoy music more pleasantly.
Of course you can listen to your favorite music as well as use it for sound source production and broadcasting etc.
※ HPL credit is required.
Please download "HPL2 Processor Plug-in" and enjoy it.
You can listen to sample HPL2 music on YouTube.
Also you can listen to some released HPL music source at soundcloud.
It is HPL5, HPL9, etc.
It means that 5ch, 9ch surround mix in the headphone and earphone.
Those titles are 96kHz or 192kHz sampling data originaly, and you can buy several titles at HIGRESAUDIO.COM.
Please search "UNAMAS" of label name.
Reviewed By Jayfinn27
January 23, 2018
Very interesting tool for when mixing with flat studio headphones, it gives off a different (good) perspective.Read more
Reviewed By lawramono
January 23, 2018
funny i do music in my dining room on my laptop when i want a different perspective i put on my hifi speakers its weird like im listening to my speakers even though i have headphones on if you want to get experimental you can put it on a bus or master to give it texture but that doesnt work with modern music.Read more