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rs-met releases Channel Matrix 2×2 and Crossover 3-Way

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rs-met Crossover 3-Way

rs-met has released Channel Matrix 2×2 and Crossover 3-Way, two freeware VST effect plug-ins for Windows PC.

Channel Matrix 2×2 is a plugin which lets you matrix-multiply the signals of two input channels in order to obtain another two signals which will appear at the two output channels. Example uses are mid/side encoding/decoding, mixing stereo to mono, switching channels left for right, boosting or attenuating signals, inverting signal polarity, etc.

Crossover 3-Way is a plugin to split an incoming (stereo or mono) signal into 2 or 3 frequency ranges (lows and highs or lows, mids and highs). It can be used to build your own multiband effects within a modular (sub)host environment. The band-splitting is done by complementary pairs of Linkwitz-Riley lowpass/highpass filters, the slope of which is adjustable between 12 and 96 dB/oct.

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rs-met releases Func Shaper, Track Meter and Signal Analyzer

rs-met Func Shaper

rs-met (Robin Schmidt’s Music Engineering Tools) has released three freeware VST plug-ins: Func Shaper, Track Meter and Signal Analyzer.

  • Func Shaper is a waveshaping distortion plugin based on a mathematical expression evaluator. You can enter an expression to create the function which will be used as waveshaping transfer function.
  • Track Meter is a plugin to display the current level of a stereo input signal separately for the left, right, mid and side channels and also to display the cross-correlation between the two channels.
  • Signal Analyzer is a combined oscilloscope / spectrum-analyzer plugin for inspecting signals in realtime in the time- and frequency domain.

If the GUI’s on these plug-ins look familiar, you won’t be surprised to hear that Robin Schmidt is the guy behind the Braindoc plug-ins.

Visit rs-met for more information and links to download these free plug-ins.