Get Brainworx's bx_shredspread for $9!
For this December 24th, the Plugin Alliance's Xmas Calendar has unveiled Brainworx's bx_shredspread, available for $9 today only.
Described as an M/S stereo width processor and EQ for guitar, Brainworx's bx_shredspread was designed to control panning, stereo width, and the tone of stereo guitar tracks and groups (but it can also be used on keyboard groups, organs, choirs, background vocals and other stereo or doubled tracks). It claims to avoid phase problems that commonly occur when using M/S technology thanks to Brainworx’s algorithms.
Today only, it is available for $9 instead of $99 (yes people, that's 91% off!) at the Plugin Alliance's Xmas Calendar page.
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