Soundfield Research UPM-1 plug-in


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Soundfield Research UPM-1 plug-in

Stereo-to-5.1 upmix processor

Originally released in hardware form, the UPM-1 plug-in version is designed for post-production workflows. It is available in VST (PC and Mac), RTAS (PC and Mac) and Mac-only AU formats. The UPM-1 plug-in creates a more natural-sounding 5.1 mix by using an algorithm that analyzes the stereo input material and separates ambient sounds from the direct sounds. The plug-in allows detailed adjustment of the relative levels of direct sound and front and rear ambient sound in the final 5.1 mix, with continuous software rotary controls for width and center channel divergence. Level, mute and solo controls are also provided for each channel.
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