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SHEPPi Spatial Enhancer

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Spatial Enhancer Plugin by Open Ambience Project
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
November 15, 2013

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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friscom
friscom
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.

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friscom
friscom
28 June 2013 at 11:01am

Thanks!
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:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RaFcdAxpaQY&feature=youtu.be.

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.

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