by J1000
by Daniel Strongin

SX36 is a three-band stereo processor. It separates input audio into low, mid and high frequencies and let's you manipulate their stereo properties - width and panning or rotation. Two crossover points are always at the same distance and their range of operation is limited so you never have to worry about overlapping or going to unusable extremes of spectrum. Visual metering is done separately for each range and can be switched between correlation (M/S) and panning (L/R) mode:

  • Three spectrum ranges with stereo and gain controls.
  • Choice between rotation and classic panning for each range.
  • LF width control has extended range that goes to zero.
  • Second order (12dB/octave) crossover to preserve spectrum continuity.
  • Channel delay based on Haas effect ("Haas delay").
  • Simple correlation and panning meters with two speeds of operation.
  • 32-bit internal precision with zero latency and low CPU consumption.

Latest Versions:

PC: 1.6



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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