MicroShift – creating wide stereo tracks from mono sources

March 22, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized 

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Soundtoys has just released Little MicroShift, the latest in their new Boutique plug-in series, and it’s free for a limited time.

The company tells us that Little Microshift is based on a simple, but effective studio trick for creating wide stereo tracks from mono sources. Originally done using hardware pitch shifters, as well as the original SoundToys SoundBlender plug-in, this technique has been used in pro studios as a “secret weapon” on countless vocals, guitars and more for a widening, doubling and interesting spatial effect that adds focus or power to tracks run through it. Soundtoys says that, now, three of the most popular versions of this effect are available at the touch of a button.

The Contest

As in years past with Devil-Loc and Little Radiator, Little MicroShift is available free to anyone who can find a friend with a “sharing code”.  They’re all over FaceBook and forums like GearSlutz and KVR Audio. Once you’ve got Little MicroShift, you can share it with your friends by using your own unique sharing code. The top share-masters win more cool stuff. The grand prize is an autographed original H3000 D/SE Ultra-Harmonizer from our Gear Closet. The promotion ends on March 29th.

Pricing and Availability:
Free

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One Response to “MicroShift – creating wide stereo tracks from mono sources”

  1. jo on March 23rd, 2013 3:26 am

    Why no “ilok” in the tags? This whole plug-in is useless.

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