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Leapwing Audio CenterOne Spatial Plugin

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CENTERONE FEATURES

Feel like the vocal is just a tiny bit too loud, but don’t want to change any of the stereo spread. CenterOne allows you to bring the phantom center of a stereo signal forward or backward without changing any of the panned signals.

 

PHANTOM CENTER MANIPULATION

Bring the center panned signal within a stereo stream forward or bring it back by up to 6dB without changing any of the panorama

 

 

EXTRACT LEFT-CENTER-RIGHT

Encodes LR signal into LCR in a unique bit-identical way

 

 

SIMPLE YET BEAUTIFUL DESIGN

Beautiful Retina interface with unique design, focused on the optimal workflow

 

 

EXTREMELY GOOD FILTERS

The highest quality audio processing algorithms available

 

 

MULTIPLE DAW & OS COMPATIBILLITY

Available on Mac OSX

(10.9 +), Windows 8, 10 (64-bit only) in AAX-Native, VST, VST3 and AU
 
 

OUR 3 KEY POINTS

Focus your precious time on creativity and let our plugins do the work for you.
We made the interfaces minimalistic and incredibly easy to use.

 

1. CENTER PROMINENCE

Feel like the vocal is just a tiny bit too loud, but don’t want to change any of the stereo spread. CenterOne allows you to bring the phantom center of a stereo signal forward or backward without changing any of the panned signals.

 

2. EXTRACT CENTER CHANNEL FROM A STEREO SOURCE

CenterOne also gives you LCR plugin outputs so you can decide to put an effect on just the center extracted channel. Mixing LCR back together gives you a bit-identical copy of the original signal.

 

3. NO MS-TECHNIQUE

CenterOne’s “Center Prominence” algorithm analyses the precise location of the sound sources in the stereo signal for a careful processing of each bit of your audio, respectful of the original location of the sources. The alternative MS-technique that attempts to change the level of the M part of the signal, fails to achieve a good performance due to the inherent drawback of the lateral sources leaking into the M part of the signal split.

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