Psychoacoustic Panning Is Now Possible With The New Free Venn Audio Quick Haas Plugin

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It’s time for a free utility plugin. Venn Audio released today Quick Haas, a new free plugin for PC and Mac that allows to make simple psychoaccoustic panning. A quite useful plugin for every musicians for your software arsenal.

The ‘Haas Effect’, also known as the precedence effect, is a psychoacoustic effect where listeners can perceive the special position of an audio signal depending on very small delays between the left and right channels of the audio signal. This allows for a much more realistic panning effect than traditional panning, provided the playback device is in stereo.

This plugin couldn’t be simpler to use! If the input is stereo, just select how you want it to be routed into the pan (it is recommended only one channel, or mono, is used if the original source’s left/right channels differ), and then adjust the central knob left right so as to make the sound appear to be coming from that direction. Hint: this plugin allows for very fine adjustments of up to a tenth of a millisecond, and often only small adjustments less than 2ms is all that’s needed to create a powerful precedence effect!

Venn Audio Quick Haas is now available for free. Donations for this new release are appreciated by the developer.

More informations here: Quick Haas

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