Old 15th April 2001, 18:50   #1
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I came across this DSP plugin thanks to Winsane's posted list in "Where did those plug-ins go"? (http://forums.winamp.com/showthread.php?threadid=35627).
I went to this site: http://www.mp3.com.pl/plug-ins.html for another plugin but stayed to look around. I found one called "DSP Channel" by Sander. It's a plugin to give Reverb and Wide Stereo effects. There are no adjustments and it's method of selecting effects is not what you'd expect. The important thing is that it gave the basic reverb effect "style" I had been looking for and couldn't find in any of the others. I put it into Spacialaudio's DSP Stacker (http://www.spacialaudio.com) (forget Muchfx2) and tried the Reverb effect either stacked ahead of and behind both DFX 4.3 and Dee 1.11beta (free at: http://dee.mp3.ms/ ). The sound was different each time. Phase relationships adding or cancelling each other? Since DSP Channel has no adjustments you use the ambience or reverb controls of DFX/Dee to find the level you like. As a bonus DFX and Dee give different soundstage images. Give it a try.
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