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  • Panagement v2.4 WiN MAC LiNUX
    January 13th, 2022 ⚡MaGeSY®
    Categories: AAX, AU, LiNUX, macOS, VST, VST3, WiNDOWS, x64, x64, x86, x86

    Panagement v2.4 WiN MAC LiNUX

    Panagement v2.4 RETAiL

    P2P | 05 November 2021 | 21 MB

    .:AU, VST2, VST3, AAX, x64, x86 ::..

    Panagement is the spatialization laboratory that has found its way to thousands of studios around the world. Panagement gives you raw power over your stereo tracks. With uniquely integrated Delay, Reverb, and Binaural processing, Panagement push the limits of practical teleportation.



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    • Pana v1.0.0 WiN MAC-R2R
      December 31st, 2021 ⚡MaGeSY®
      Categories: Apple Silicon, AU, macOS, VST, WiNDOWS, x64

      Pana v1.0.0 WiN MAC-R2R

      Pana v1.0.0 WiN MAC

      Team R2R | 31 December 2021 | 36.9MB

      .: AU | VST2 | x64/64Bit | VST3:.

      Introducing Pana Natural positioning made easy. Pana – a pan knob for the human ear. Pana is a sophisticated stereo tool designed to let you do more elegant, natural audio positioning than what regular balance panning might accomplish. Panning an audio signal can be done in several ways, where the most common is to alter the volume on one channel. This is a CPU efficient way (and many times the best) to achieve a sense of positioned audio. Almost every DAW and mixing console have this feature built-in. Another way is to add a short delay to one of the channels – the Haas method. This renders a richer sound, but can also make a sound come off as somewhat unnatural. A more elegant way is to apply a low pass filter to one of the channels. This maintains the audio energy on both channels, but at the same time makes it sound positioned. This works very well on transient rich sounds like drums or other percussive instruments.



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      • Pana v1.0.0 WiN MAC-V.R
        December 15th, 2021 ⚡MaGeSY®
        Categories: Apple Silicon, AU, macOS, VST, VST3, x64, x64

        Pana v1.0.0 WiN MAC-V.R

        Pana v1.0.0 WiN MAC

        TEAM V.R | 15 December 2021 | 28 MB

        .: AU | VST | VST3:.

        Introducing Pana Natural positioning made easy. Pana – a pan knob for the human ear. Pana is a sophisticated stereo tool designed to let you do more elegant, natural audio positioning than what regular balance panning might accomplish. Panning an audio signal can be done in several ways, where the most common is to alter the volume on one channel. This is a CPU efficient way (and many times the best) to achieve a sense of positioned audio. Almost every DAW and mixing console have this feature built-in. Another way is to add a short delay to one of the channels – the Haas method. This renders a richer sound, but can also make a sound come off as somewhat unnatural. A more elegant way is to apply a low pass filter to one of the channels. This maintains the audio energy on both channels, but at the same time makes it sound positioned. This works very well on transient rich sounds like drums or other percussive instruments.



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        • Pana v1.0.0 macOS-MORiA
          December 15th, 2021 ⚡MaGeSY®
          Categories: Apple Silicon, AU, macOS, VST, VST3

          Pana v1.0.0 macOS-MORiA

          Pana v1.0.0 macOS

          MORiA | 15 December 2021 | 15.3 MB

          .: AU | VST | VST3:.

          Introducing Pana Natural positioning made easy. Pana – a pan knob for the human ear. Pana is a sophisticated stereo tool designed to let you do more elegant, natural audio positioning than what regular balance panning might accomplish. Panning an audio signal can be done in several ways, where the most common is to alter the volume on one channel. This is a CPU efficient way (and many times the best) to achieve a sense of positioned audio. Almost every DAW and mixing console have this feature built-in. Another way is to add a short delay to one of the channels – the Haas method. This renders a richer sound, but can also make a sound come off as somewhat unnatural. A more elegant way is to apply a low pass filter to one of the channels. This maintains the audio energy on both channels, but at the same time makes it sound positioned. This works very well on transient rich sounds like drums or other percussive instruments.



          Viewed 8000 By Music Producers.





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