If you are a home producer trying to build up your plugins for your audio rigs, Nugen Audio has been creating more affordable plugins. Today, we talked about the Paragon Reverb, and Elements Stereoizer.
This is a convolution reverb, using state of the art resynthesis – developed at the University of York. Change the decay time or room size, and it generates a new impulse response based on the original space. This allows for a bigger room, more decay, and more.
New presets, new browser with search, tagging, and favorite functions to build a reverb that
Paragon is $599 and available now.
The stereo width tool uses three stereo width algorithms: Linear width, intraoral intensity difference, and time difference. These are based on how the human ear perceives sound.
You can take a mono source, and turn it into stereo. Elements is a more streamlined version of the larger Stereoizer plugin for the at-home producer.
Stereoizer will be out in April 2021 for $49.