Voxengo Stereo Touch v2.6
by Voxengo
(Voxengo Website)

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Last Updated: 2013-08-12
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Software Description

Stereo Touch can be used to add stereo width to audio tracks. This plug-in is most effective on mono pad sounds and alike. This effect works with mono stream generating stereo stream. It also works with stereo streams, however both channels get processed independently of each other like they are mono streams and then two resulting stereo streams get mixed together to produce one stereo stream.


  • Preset manager
  • Undo/redo history
  • A/B comparisons
  • Contextual hint messages

New in v2.6

  • Fix for rare crashes

New in v2.5

  • Other bugfixes

New in v2.3

  • Has additional visual look variation settings.

New in v2.2

  • The "D2 Ph Inv" (delay 2 phase inversion) switch added.
  • The "No Multi-Channel Operation" global switch was added that fixes incompatibility with some non-VST2.3 compliant VST hosts.

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bi-noral track

I had recorded a bi-noral track and used this plug-in and got just what I wanted a stereo sound!

Question regarding Voexngo's Stereo Touch

So, we can take a mono source signal and 'widen' it's stereo spread - great, but have Voxengo (or anyone else) made a plugin that can take a stereo signal and squash it into mono-aural and then 'fix' its pan if it was originally off-centre?

The reason I ask is that I once created a composition where I chose a stereo bass voice taken from a plugin that was subtly panned to one side, but I needed to make it mono-aural and then correct its pan to the centre. Just wondered if there's anything I could have used.


Worked fine for me

I had recorded a bi-noral track and used this plug-in and got just what I wanted a stereo sound!

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