All I'm going to say is ...use this right and it will be your secret weapon during mixing
I didn't think I needed this. I have several different "room" reverbs and spatial M/S plus for mixing or stereo-izing. But when I demo'd it, I found that it was far more detailed than my "room" simulations, carried a more pleasing tone - thus placing tracks in a mix more flexibly, and didn't seem to choke my CPU. Comparing it to the other VR 360 sim offerings, I found this to be more musical, and less "game design" gimmickery. I like the UI better also. Ability to drag speaker placement in a field and have it respond as expected made tweeking much more fun. I've used it for guitar and vocal tracks so far, and have been very pleased with the outcome.
I got it on steep discount thanks to sale prices and coupon reductions. So very happy about that. All in all, one of my favorite new audio tricks. Thanks!
Hallo from Greece - Athens
after using your stuff since 4 years I think I can tell my opinion for most of your plug-ins I own.
99% of them is awesome and very respectful !! Since my education background comes from the classic world (Opera,Symphonic music and cinema my compositions are using most of the time the classic start point, the symphonic orchestra. Consequently, the plug-ins I 'm searching usually, are at first those are helping me to reach warmness in acoustic environment and full analog sound through hardware summer and all the s/w "candys" that are claiming they give in sound.
I 'm using vast sound-libraries such as Vienna with Vienna MIR, Sam Orchestra (Symphobia) EastWest and and and... When I first put the old version of bx console N I got a big surprise with the fullness of the sound I heard. In any channel (TOD does magnificent job and you understand it especially in the mix down process) in any kind of ac.instr. the sound is real, nothing cheap, dull or overdosed in highs, with one word the sound that came out of that plug-in is FULL. I use it almost everywhere, mostly in the symphonic or acoustic jobs. In pop-kind works I 'm using also the bx console E due to different sound of EQ and the most dance, pop orientation.
My other big daily use love is the Maag EQ4. It does amazing job in voices, not to mention the great touch that gives in any acoustic instr. To be honest I have one quite long hardware wish-list for my project studio. Two Maag Eq are sitting near in the first steps... But speaking for the s/w version what it does is amazing thinking the ratio cost/result.
All of the digital incarnations of the Lindell products are giving also so analog and reach sound and accurate in the same time. Congratulations in all teams of production for each plug-in.
For the amazing job you can do with the Subsynth (those unbelievable subs), the silky compression I get from the Millenia TCL-2. In Millenia TCL-2 I 'd like a better connection between the potentiometers movements and the values are written. I don't see any of them and I always 'm trying to guess...
No need to say about the great job you are doing in M/S procedure, the first and main reason to buy the first of your stuff.
The reason I bought and the Stage is to try it (among others) with sets in chamber ensembles mostly with group-instruments such as Vlns, Vlas, Brasses. But as I saw and heard, it does also great job in more experimental procedure as tool of sound sculpturing... When I finish something new using the stage I will send-it to give me some view.
I 'm sending two pieces of my last job from music I composed for a book to get an idea of my work
In case you want to hear some jobs I did in the past you can find excerpts in www.digiorpheus.com.
Thanks for your collaboration and improvement of your stuff!!!
great fun. total sound spicer giving you the cutting edge in stereocrazy
I am a composer and leave the final mixes to the pros. That said, I have to deliver temp scores that sound as good as possible. The Fiedler Audio Stage has made a tremendous difference in my mixes. Rather that use a stereo imager for width, this plugin gives the image an additional (and often needed) dimension that I haven't been able to achieve otherwise. The LFO section is a lot of fun to use with synths! Simple to navigate and can easily get great results quickly. What more can we ask for?
This is new revolutionary way to work with space in your mix. Great plugin and I use it almost in every my production. Thank you Plugin Alliance!
I like to use this subtly for my music almost imperceptible just to add a bit of movement that adds to the sense of depth and space , very cool
Wow! I fell in love with this almost immediately. Easy enough to get a grasp of with the provided documentation and a few minutes of use. The possible enhancements to the sound Stage are numerous, from subtle movement to a rumble in your guts, from in your face to beyond the vanishing point. This is fun to play with and the sonic results can be goose-bump inducing. I am an extremely happy camper with this purchase.
Having all the spatial tools available at my disposal I did not expect much new from Stage. Just another stereo tool, I thought. However, I was positively surprised right from the start. Not only does Stage sound amazing, but the flexibility and power of this spatial gem is superb. Recommended.
Ayo! If your beats lack spacial imaging, then you need to check for Stage. It will give your samples that icing on the cake...