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SHEPPi Spatial Enhancer

SHEPPi Spatial Enhancer
SHEPPi Spatial Enhancer by Open Ambience Project is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin.
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SHEPPi (Stereo Haas Effect Ping Pong Inverter) is a stereo image enhancement tool modeled after the K-Stereo Ambience Processor by Algorithmix. SHEPPi imparts a subtle, natural sense of space thanks to a combination of EQ'able synthetic early reflections, M-S widening and inverted stereo delay feedback.

This plug-in has been enhanced for both track insert as well as aux send applications, making it an excellent tool for both mastering and stereoizing purposes.

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Average user rating of 3.00 from 1 review
SHEPPi Spatial Enhancer

Reviewed By jorra [all]
November 15th, 2013
Version reviewed: 7 on Windows

A really well done implementation of Bob Katz well known stereo imaging technique, I would've give it a 10 but the hideous interface does make the plugin a bit hard to use. But as long I'm short of $800 to buy the commercial version (algorithmix K-Stereo) I'm quite happy with this ugly but great sounding tool.

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Comments & Discussion for Open Ambience Project SHEPPi Spatial Enhancer

Discussion: Active
28 June 2013 at 8:34am

perhaps somebody can help: I downloaded the DLL and placed in the components folder of both Foobar2000 and audacity. I see no way to enable it and how to use it.

I obviously reloaded the application but.. no change. what ma I doing wrong? any help?

thanks in advance.


28 June 2013 at 11:01am

I now know I need to enable it in Audacity (though Preferences and Effects, the last item must be selected) then the plugin is available once the program is reloaded.

It's a bit more complicate with Foobar2000 but this simple guide was useful for the purpose:


I just hope these hints can help anyone else.
now it is time to start trying it and see how to use it properly.

Thanks too to dhodgson for his suggestions.

11 February 2024 at 6:32pm

One of my favourite plugins of all times. Unfortunatley the lack of a 64-bit version makes it unusable in Cubase13. (jBridge doesn't work that well anymore).

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