Customer Reviews

  • Can be more convincing than reverb...

    by CG
    A great “secret weapon” for adding some depth and space to mono sources without necessarily adding more reverb.
    Note that, like other “stereoisers”, extreme settings can mess with left/right phase coherence, so use with caution. That said, it sounds nothing like any other “faux stereo” effect I’ve ever used. Wonderful realism.
  • Forget reverb. This is how you put an instrument in a physical space.

    by chris_the_beard
    I'm a big fan of bx_stereomaker so I thought I'd try this one out too. Turns out, it's quite different, but in the best way.
    I love this thing on mono acoustic instruments in a dense mix. Particularly banjo and mandolin. You can really hear the depth and positioning this plugin allows. I'd much rather use this than a reverb for putting an instrument "in a room" or in it's own physical space.
    Another fun trick: try automating the distance control during solos. It sounds very natural bringing an instrument to the front for a lead, then pushing it back afterwards. I'm in love with this thing.
    Very powerful. A must-have for me.
  • Interesting Space

    by Audiomilitia
    Wow , Perfect for adding depth and a bit of charachter to your Vst Instruments that are sounding a bit flat , Really Nice !!
  • Mono Upmix

    by Eddie Torres
    This plugin has helped me improve my final mixes on film and music. Another must have tool for all engineers and producers. Great job Plugin Alliance!
  • mono upmix

    by jay kru
    Love this...sounds great....wish it was less of a cpu hog.
    Prefer this to put an instrument in a 'space' than reverb.
    If it didn't make my system lag and mess up I'd give it 5 stars.....but.
  • It's awesome

    by Shramm Storm
    I never had any regrets about PA plugins, and this is not the exclusion. Mono Upmix works just like magic, making a beautiful stereo picture from mono source(s) with a correct phase in just a few clicks. Love it.
  • SCHOEPS Mono Upmix

    by Ebro
    Good, very good, good friend of mine.
  • A great buddy to bx_stereomaker

    by James Mullen
    PA is right, this plugin is similar to what you do with bx_stereomaker, but it sounds very different as it seems to achieve its sounds in a slightly (or totally?) different way.
    The Schoeps sounds very nice on vocals and strings and piano, whereas the bx is performing better on short percussive signals.
    I needed and will use both. ;-)
  • A Great 1st from Schoeps

    by phunkydiablo
    A quick test on layered strings recorded in the same room by same players/position and microphones made me fall in love with it. Some of the sessions i deal with in NYC are done fast, real fast. And this plug-in helps resolve some issues come mix time.
    It also helped with a solo violin piece recorded in a synagogue in Queens, NY. 5 mics, close (mono-wide cardioid), mid (stereo-omni), far (stereo-omni). When blended, the mono mic sounded, well, "too mono" for lack of better description. And when i played around with the plug-in, in 30 seconds, i got the desired result.
    Looking forward to using in different situations real soon! This is better than (artificial) reverb if you're looking to enhance the space around the source, granted it was recorded well in a decent space... THANK YOU!
    Plugin Alliance response
    Thanks for the awesome review!
  • Mono Upmix

    by ffordallan
    This works well with ambience , creates a realistic stereo picture that doesn't sound phase-y like other stereo making tools.
    Really useful for live recordings with ambience mics that are not in the right place !