A well-balanced stereo image is essential in any mix. With regular panning, however, the options for placing a rich stereo track in the stereo field are limited. Propane gives you the option to pan the mid signal separately from the side signal of a stereo track.
This way you can position the mono part of your track in the stereo field as you like, and use the side information to shape the width and stereo image of the track.
Besides giving you much more control in comparison to regular panning, this technique can be used very effectively for compensating for a stereo track with an unbalanced or lopsided centre, or for creative automated and tempo-synced stereo effects. Also, it is a very natural sounding alternative for panning a bus reverb.
Propane can be used in combination with the SoundSpot MSW1 stereo widener for full control over the placement of your stereo tracks and has a similar smoothed out bypass function for automation without pops or clicks.
The main features of Propane are a fast and intuitive workflow, simultaneous mid/side and left/right separation and a smooth bypass function for easy automation without clicks.
Plus, the plugin is extremely light on CPU and RAM.
Propane mid-side panner effect plugin is now on sale with 90% off discount (£2.50/$2.50). The offer is valid until February 1st, 2017. The available formats are VST/AU/VST3/AAX for Windows and Mac.