Vocal Spread, as the name suggests, "spreads" the audio signal across the stereo field to add some dimensionality or space to sounds that are usually recorded in mono, such as vocals. An optional channel delay feature further enhances this effect.
Back By Popular Demand!
This plugin was originally released in 2009 and was discontinued after the release of Spreader, which had a similar functionality. Today people are still looking for this little plugin, so I've decided to update it and make it available again. Now it supports VST3 and 64-bit, among other improvements.
Published on May 30, 2018
Provoc Grader VX - Rebirth
Provoc Grader has just been upgraded with a more powerful engine, a shiny new interface, and finally, VST3 and 64-bit support. The new version called, VX, marks the return of the Vocal Series (Provoc) and the 10th anniversary of Mildon Studios. Long-time users of Grader will be amazed at the improved response of the new Provoc Grader VX. Try it here.
Published on March 11, 2018
Create SFZ in Seconds
One of the most requested features for SFZ Designer
was the ability to import a bunch of files and automatically map them one key after the other. I've created a new tool that simply does that.
If you're looking for a quick way to turn your collection of one-shot samples, drum hits, or sound effects into an SFZ instrument, try the new One-Shot SFZ Mapper
. It's a web app, so there's no need to download anything. Have fun!
Published on September 28, 2017
Overhead is a headphone calibration VST plugin that features crossfeed simulation, auto-normalization, and corrective EQ. You can use it to match the response of different types of speakers for quick and easy monitoring. It is designed to be used as the last plugin in your master effects chain. A "Go Live" switch is provided to disengage the effects while listening through the speakers and during mixdown..
Published on May 16, 2017
LXR Channel Offset
LXR is a simplistic delay plugin that lets you add a small amount of delay (up to 1000 milliseconds) to each channel of a stereo track. Adjust the track sliders to offset a channel by milliseconds. You can interchange the delay amounts between the two channels by clicking the quick-switch button.
Published on March 27, 2017