Controlling the width of the low, mid and high frequencies has never been easier!
Discover why using the Multiband Stereo Imager Rack Will Transform Your Tracks
Below are the features that make this Ableton Live instrument rack the last tool you'll ever need to control the width of low, mid and high frequencies separately to achieve a wider mix and more focused low end
So what exactly is the Multiband Stereo Imager Rack?
The Last Stereo Imaging tool Tool You'll Ever Need in Ableton Live
The Multiband Stereo Imager was made for one simple reason: to allow you to control the stereo width of the lows, mids and highs separately for a wider mix, cleaner low end and more exciting top end.
The idea of using instrument racks in Ableton Live is simple, but it makes a massive difference in your workflow and productivity. The racks can be as simple or as complex as you want them to be and open up a world of production and mixing options.
It's not just convenient to have clearly labelled knobs with all the kick drum mixing and editing options that the Multiband Stereo Imager has. The plugins and settings connected to these knobs have been set and refined based on years of mixing and production experience to the point where it will make a huge difference in your productions.
Speed & Simplicity: Two Things That Make a BIG Difference
The utility plugin in Ableton Live lets you make the low end mono...that's it. But what if you wanted to make the low frequencies mono, the mids a little wider and the high frequencies even wider? Well, that's much harder to do.
How do you even split frequencies in Ableton Live and then apply separate stereo widening to them? It sounds really complicated, and it kind of is. There is no clear way for you to do this in Ableton Live.
- There is no plugin in Ableton Live that allows you to control the stereo width of different frequencies
- Using the "stereo delay trick" is fine but causes phasing and makes your mix sound weak and washed out
- Using reverb and delay to try to make a sound, mix or master wider will also make your tracks sound washed out and unfocused
Say Hello to wide, exciting mixes
With the Multiband Stereo Imager rack you can quickly and easily control the stereo width of the low, mid and high frequencies of your mix independently of one another. It gives you maximum control while helping you to keep the low end of your mix clean and focused.
Simply insert the rack on the master channel, instrument channel or instrument group you want, set the frequency bands and you're good to go. You can now set the width of each frequency band just the way you want it. You can even solo each band so you can listen to the effect of what you're doing.
You don't have to settle just making the low frequencies mono. Get creative and use the Multiband Stereo Imager rack on different instruments and channels.
A Rack Built for Serious Producers
Some of the best plugin settings and one heck of a stereo imaging plugin
Set the cross over points
Easily split your mix into low, mid and high frequencies and sidechain them independently of one another
Set the Width
You have full control over the width of each frequency band. You can go from completely mono all the way to outer space width with the twist of a knob
solo each band
Want to listen to what the rack is doing to each frequency range? No problem. You can solo each frequency band so you know exactly which frequencies you're targeting and how they sound
Use On Anything
Multiband stereo imaging can be used for pretty much anything. Use it for mastering, mixing, making drum loops wider or narrower, making reverbs and delay even wider and for making the end mono
Everything You'll Ever Need To control the stereo image of your tracks
The Multiband Stereo Imager rack for Ableton Live gives you all the tools you need to quickly and easily change the stereo width of the lows, mids and highs separately. Simply load the rack where you want and you're good to go.
Stereo width is one of the most important aspects of EDM production.
Make sure you get it right.
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