Sonnox has unveiled their new product called VoxDoubler. The two brand new plug ins called Widen and Thicken hope to help audio technicians save valuable time in the recording studio. So you are probably wondering, how do they work? Widen produces a couple of mono copies of a recording original which can be duplicated anywhere ranging from mono all the way to hard-panned directions. Meanwhile, the Thicken plug in produces a solo stereo voice which allows the users to pan in either direction
- Sonnox’s two new plugins hope to save you time in the recording studio.
- Widen produces two mono duplications of an original recording that can be placed anywhere.
- Thicken produces a singular stereo voice that lets a user pan channels.
“Straight off the bat, the clear, resizable GUIs are easy to use, with six main dials that are explained via a useful Quick Guide that can be recalled at any time.”