Joshua Casper shows how to add width to clap sounds with StereoSavage

Plugin Boutique has launched a tutorial video in which producer and clinician Joshua Casper shows a quick method for adding width and character to a clap track, using the StereoSavage stereo imaging effect plugin from Plugin Boutique.

StereoSavage provides an innovative stereo toolbox, combining tried and tested studio techniques with emulations of modern and classic tools that will bring your mix to life.

StereoSavage was recently updated to version 1.2. This update features a new Split effect that allows you to split the sound into multiple frequency bands, so you can process each band separately.

It also features an improved stereo display goniometer, a new real-time phase correlation meter, and some bug fixes and improvements.

The StereoSavage plugin is available for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/AAX) from Plugin Boutique.

More information: Plugin Boutique / StereoSavage

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