Autospread Box

Autospread Box

by Synthescience
by Daniel Strongin

The Autospread Box is a Stereo Imaging processor which works by means off applying a small amount of delay into one of the audio channels, inverts it, and then adds some modulation to achieve its characteristic sound.

However it is relevant to state that this effect is only intended for stereo use and will work best on audio material with no relative difference between the left and right channels (for example any unprocessed sound where the sound in the left channel is exactly the same as in the right channel as in a dual mono signal). If you feed it with any kind of processed sound where the left channel sound content is different from that on the right channel, the resulting sound may be so subtle that could lead the user to think that its not there at all, but if one happens to turn the effect on and off, the difference will be noted.

Keep in mind that this is an effects processor that works on the subtle side of things but nevertheless it can impart some real vibes to your sound, as so experimentation is a must.

The Autospread Box is fully automatable and has the ability to store 32 presets. It ships with a few already pre programmed ones that will show what its all about and may be the starting point to your individual creations.

Installation procedure: Unzip the file, then copy the DLLs into your VstPlugins folder.

Latest Versions:

PC: 1.3



Daniel Strongin
San Francisco

Daniel is a caffeine dependent, entrepreneur, music producer, sound design junkie, and world traveler crazy about teaching modern electronic music production through his site SoundShock. You can get in contact with him at

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