SynthMaker module developer Stefan Hållén has released a free VST plug-in called Stereo Reducer.
Stereo Reducer is a simple VST effect plug-in that lets you reduce the amount of stereo in a sound and gives you the option to choose how to build the mono sound instead of just mixing down the left and right signal.
You can download Stereo Reducer here (.dll), and a schematic to be used with SynthMaker can be found here.
Outsim today announced the release of SynthMaker 1.0, a new audio programming tool that allows anyone to create their own VST plugins without having to write any code.
Like SynthEdit, SynthMaker has been a preferred platform for quite a few freeware VST plug-in developers, i.e. Stefan Hallen (of Anna VSTi) and Leif Oddson and Thomas Weber of Angular Momentum.
Version 1.0 retails for a price of £125/€185.
Visit the SynthMaker website for more information and a link to download a 30 day trial version.