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Mono version

Could someone please tell me why there is a Mono version of plugins.

What practical advantages and application would a mono version have?

John Wicca


Mono channels are still being used a lot, for example in recording and analog mixing.

Imagine using a analogue console for your mixes. If a DAW only had stereo channels, an instrument would always need 2 outputs of your converter and use 2 inputs of your desk. This is quite inconvenient if you want to spread out your drum tracks on the console, as it would require a lot of channels on your board. That's why a lot of people still use mono channels. And thus we provide mono plug-ins for them ;-)

Hope this answers your question.


Ralph (FabFilter)
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