YouTuber bobbfett.musiclab is doing some wild experiments with a beta build for miRack. Here he is trying to sync the app running standalone with AUv3 instruments in AUM, using the new Multi-out coming in the next version of miRack.
Testing if it’s possible to sync standalone beta multi channel out miRack with AUM and still get output in AUM for effects. Input works great, here I’m sending in the envelope to the oscilloscope. In AUM im sending Augen x noice out to a sample & hold. I got correct sync if I set clocked to p4, and I’m sending midi clock to miRack. Using es-9, and es-5
Blue Mangoo released Multiband Haas Effect, with a great video to explain what the fuck that even means! There's also a lengthy Wikipedia article on the subject, but I'd simply describe the Haas Effect as a subtle sounding stereo widener.
The multibanded nature of Multiband Haas Effect addresses some of the problems with the Haas Effect at different frequencies. This also allows for interesting sound design options!
Multiband Haas Effect
Haas effect is a micro-delay applied to either the left or right channel of audio (but not both). This simple effect creates a realistic and natural-sounding increase in the width of the stereo field that still sounds good when mixed back to mono. It is the most simple and effective way to take a mono input and make it sound like stereo. But Haas effect has some problems. First, it can create phase cancellation problems in the bass frequencies, causing them to loose volume. Second, it can sound a bit artificial at high frequencies. This multi-band Haas effect plugin is a simple way to get the stereo width you need in the midrange frequencies without loosing the impact of the bass or making the treble sound phasey. You select any number from one to four bands, each with its own separate Haas delay setting and adjustable crossover frequencies. This makes mono audio sound wide and spacious while preserving the original tone and spectrum transparently.