The HDPHX plugin can be used when mixing with headphones. It takes advantage of the Haas Effect to provide a delayed and attenuated cross-channel mix in each ear to present the sound that would be heard with a stereo speaker system with speakers placed at +/-30 degrees azimuth from front-center.
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Refined Audiometrics Laboratory has released CLAS (Compressive Loudness Audio Shaping), a tool that provides both progressive phase compensation for bass frequencies, and psychoacoustic bass and/or treble enhancement. The effect is similar to BBE treatment, but … read more
Refined Audiometrics Laboratory has released version 1.45 of their PLParEQ1 (a 1 band Phase Linear EQ Filter) and PLParEQ4 (a 4 Band Phase Lineaer EQ Filter) plug-ins. Many more changes since v1.23, including: restored default … read more
PLParEQ1 and PLParEQ4 version 1.23 is now available at the Refined Audiometrics website. Some fixes and improvements were made: Added Stereo/Middle/Side switch to PLParEQ1, and version identifications to both PLParEQ1 and PLParEQ4 Found and fixed … read more
PLParEQ1 has been updated to version 1.15, which comprises a massive rewrite and bulletproofing against a myriad VST hosts. All runs just great now. Cubase SL 1.06 can run 2 simultaneous instances of PLParEQ1 in … read more
From the Refined Audiometrics Laboratory website: You can grab a copy of our PC/VST plugin called PLParEQ1 which is a stereo 1-band ultra-high quality Parametric Equalizer filter. This is the same technology that we utilize … read more