In the Mode

Computer Music - - Reviews -

The orig­i­nal SDD-3000 rack­mount fea­tured three out­put jacks, which could be panned in var­i­ous com­bi­na­tions to out­put its pro­cessed mono source in mono or two types of stereo. Need­less to say, the plugin cov­ers all of the orig­i­nal con­fig­u­ra­tions, but, as you’d hope, it also adds to them with a stereo in/stereo out mode and a L/R Bal­ance knob.

The stereo setup is se­lected by click­ing the Mode but­ton or the faux LED above it, and there are five to choose from. The first is your ba­sic Mono In/Mono Out, while Mode 2 sends the summed sig­nal to one side and the out-of­phase dif­fer­ence to the other for stereois­ing of mono in­put. Modes 3 and 4 out­put the dry sig­nal on one chan­nel (left for Mode 3, right for Mode 4) and wet on the other (vice versa) – re­lease your in­ner gui­tar god!

Fi­nally, Mode 5 sim­ply main­tains the L/R im­age be­tween in­put and out­put, en­abling reg­u­lar stereo us­age. Well, they’d have been mad not to, clearly.

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