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Here’s the very excellent, very underrated, very overlooked LRMSMSLR module from WORNG Electronics … that’s wrong, spelt wrong …
The LRMSMSLR takes a stereo input (left and right) then sums them together to create a mid input and creates a signal that’s a difference of the two to create a side signal. This is a common mastering technique often doing things such as removing low end from the side stereo elements to clean up a mix. The mid signal is a single mono channel and the side input is a single mono channel, it’s the way their phases are flipped and interacting when brought back together to recreate a stereo image. It’s great for taking that side output and using mono FX modules that when brought back into the module create stereo images with those FX on them from super wide to more subtle stereo images (with a dry unprocessed mid to keep things focused). It can also do some unity summing, CV difference / averaging. Lots of patches, lots to get through, skip through the index below if you can’t watch all the way through.
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