Panipulator is an indispensable, CPU-friendly tool that lets you achieve accurate mix translation across various less-than-ideal playback systems. With simple streamlined controls, you can you check mono compatibility, speaker polarity, identify phase issues in multi-miked instruments, isolate speakers in mono, and more—and it’s absolutely FREE.
Mix translation has become even more of a moving target than ever, now that music is consumed on earbuds, headphones, iPhones, in cars, and desktop computer speakers—but rarely on large stereo speakers. Mix engineers are aware that they should probably mix on earbuds and tiny speakers, but who can spend hours listening to a mix played back on speakers the size of a nickel? At the end of the day, due to the limitations of current playback media, you hear music in mono far more than you think. For example, music from streaming services isn’t always played back in true stereo. Music piped into an elevator, supermarket, doctor’s office, shopping mall, PA system, or theme park is heard in mono. If only there was an easy way to reference a mix in mono and anticipate how playback will sound in these myriad environments. There is, it’s called Panipulator 2 and it’s a free gift from Boz.
- Simple, streamlined user interface
- Check the mono compatibility of mixes
- Identify problems in the stereo field
- Hear what your mixes will sound like in imperfect playback media
- Use correctively or creatively
- Flip phase on left and right speakers individually
- Isolate speakers in mono, in and out of phase
- Flip the stereo field to assess differences in speaker playback
- Five modes to check mono summing; L/R 0dB, L/R -3dB, L/R -6dB, L, R
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