STC-3
by RAZ Audio
4.3 / 5     (10 votes)
The STC-3 is a spatial expander used to expand or narrow a perceived stereo field.

It is a natural sounding effect, designed to receive a stereophonic input and provide an either wider or narrower stereo output.

It does not use any artificial means of mono-to-stereo or stereo like effects and does not use active-phasing or delays to achieve its natural sounding result. A dedicated compensation mechanism keeps the ‘phantom center’ pure and natural sounding, while the stereo content is processed.

STC-3 is designed to be used on a single (stereophonic) channel or as a bus processor for full range processing, for either mixing or mastering. For such use, the dedicated LF processor becomes very handy and useful.
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Dumitru) Feb 21 2021
(5 / 5)
Feb 21 2021
Actually the date of this dll is 2016 ... What is the purpose of people with a consumer mindset? There is always an alternative, but other works are not worse ... Great plugin 100%
but why Mar 04 2019
(2 / 5)
Mar 04 2019
what's the purpose of this plugin if we can just use ozone imager for free as well?
Martin Aug 07 2021
Aug 07 2021
So what you are saying is iZotope is the only company that should make stereo widening effect plugins?
Deskow Dec 24 2017
(5 / 5)
Dec 24 2017
Simple et plutôt efficace. Merci au développeurs et aux administrateurs du site pour cette découverte :)
Deskow Dec 02 2017
(5 / 5)
Dec 02 2017
Very nice Plugin , very easy use :)
ksoundHOMEworks Mar 17 2016
(4 / 5)
Mar 17 2016
this company (guys) are amazing... high quality/pro software for free... I just love what they create... I wish that they can provide full line of fx.... but still, whatever they already created is super cool and looks absolutely magnetic :)
User Jan 23 2016
(4 / 5)
Jan 23 2016
Hi, I had just compared the STC-3 to a 130 USD priced stereo plugin and they both perform the same (different material tested). Nice work RazAudio ! I agree with the above, better not use any stereorizer to keep the audio pure... However for getting different samples into the correct feel, mastering other peoples mixes, etc. - it is a very useful and important tool. If you own the musical material, mixing and mastering - well, yes, you could live without it... Bests
msea Jan 21 2016
(4 / 5)
Jan 21 2016
Not bad! I compared it to another stereoizer and it came out favorably. But I find that if you get the mix right, a stereoizer isn't really necessary, just makes for more distortion... ?