A VST plugin containing a Correlation Meter and a Goniometer (Vector Scope) that will help you get a reliable indication for mono compatibility.









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Mono compatibility seems to be one of the most underrated topics in the world of Audio. In fact, if you ask audio engineers why they hate mono, they’ll tell you it’s because it’s boring and the channels are empty. Well, that’s bullshit. Most of the time, what they really hate is the fact that our recording hardware doesn’t support mono and not mono compatibility, because even if you record one mono channel and you mix them later to stereo, you’ll have to cut 50% of your recording time and then a big chunk of your work has been wasted.

The solution? Make a plugin that won’t make you do that: a Mono VST Plugin that will help you with that.

Make sure to check the Audio Examples page for more information on how to use this plugin.

Mono VST Plugin Features

• Simultaneous monitoring of both channels

• Audio Track monitoring and crossfading

• Mono to Stereo conversion

• True-Mono and Mono in Quad modes

• Pitch control

• Shift-Click Monitoring for mono and stereo recording

• Calibrated slider to show the current mono compatibility


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System Requirements For VST Gonio- Correlation-Meter:

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 or ATI Radeon HD 6970 with 1GB of VRAM
Windows 7 or Windows 8
1024 x 768 resolution
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