At 2:46 AM -0500 2/20/06, Todd Pafford wrote: > >Could you break the mono track into seperate pieces using band-pass >filters, then slightly pan (& effect, etc) the bands differently? >(Probably want to mix back in a healthy dose of the original mono to >smooth out the rought spots.) Not sure what tools/plugins could >accomplish this, but I'm sure it can be done. May yeild interesting >results. Drawmer Three-Sum: http://www.drawmer.com/new/three_sum.pdf . It's a new box explicitly for doing exactly that sort of split-out (well, it's stereo, but you could always use one side only). I'd been looking lately at building a DIY multi-band mastering array, and obviously I'm not the only one. Now I'm just trying to figure out why -- aside from overall build quality, higher end components, and the Drawmer name -- I should shell out a nice chunk of cash for one of these, rather than using a mainstream crossover such as a DBX 234... --m. -- _______ "Take a packet of seeds. Take yourself out to play I want to see river of orchids where we had a motorway..."