Friday’s Freeware: Studiophonia and iMaschine
This week, we recommend a stereo enhancer VST for Windows and found that you can download iMaschine for free on your iPhone.
The MaxSynths Sturiophonia is a VST for Windows that splits the frequencies in your signal to the left and right using special filters and you can then control theses frequencies and adjust the pan for each side in order to enhance the stereo of a mono file (you can also switch the input to stereo) and place sounds in the stereo field. A Dry/Wet mix control is also included.
Sturiophonia is available for free download at www.maxsynths.com.
The surprise of the week comes from Apple, who offers the Native Instruments iMaschine until October 1st on the iPhone. But don’t rush to the AppStore and then complain in the comments that it is not free, for their is a trick. to get iMaschine for free, you’ll need to run the Apple Store app on your iPhone, then go to “Store” and below the menu you’ll find a large orange icon: click and follow the instructions…
Have a great week-end!
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