whiteLABEL releases falseFI comb-filtering false stereo machine

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whiteLABEL falseFI

whiteLABEL has released falseFI, a virtual effect plug-in for Windows.

Dead Simple : Feed any mono sound into falseFI and you’ll get a stereo sound out. well … sort of …

falseFI’s tweakable feed-forward comb-filter splits the incoming audio into varying width frequency bands which are then panned left and right creating a false sense of stereo. As the filter’s offset time is changes, so the width (and therefore position) of the frequency bands is changed.

Featuring 2 main modes, ‘old-skool’ and ‘fresh’ tone settings, and a little m/s processing falseFI will have your mono tracks positively jumping out of your speakers in no time …

falseFI for Windows (VST) is available to purchase for £10 GBP.

More information: whiteLABEL / falseFI

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