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    Those interested in stereo sound may wish to check out my website,, which is dedicated to providing a collection of resources for individuals interested in upmixing older mono recordings to stereo through the use of audio spectral editing, sound source separation, and related processes. The website went live a little over two years ago and has been visited by individuals in 118 countries so far. Be sure to check out the many examples on the MEDIA pages ( of the website! There is also a companion Facebook page ( where I post information about updates to the website as well as related content. I hope that you find the website interesting, informative, and thought provoking! provides resources for upmixing mono source material to stereo through spectral editing and sound source separation.
    Last edited by mono2STEREO; 03-23-2017, 11:32 PM.

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    Interesting website. I had no idea such advanced techniques now existed for converting mono recordings into stereo. I went thru all five media sample pages and really was inpressed. MUCH BETTER than that old "rechanneled for stereo" sound of the 1960's.
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    • #3
      While I do like some of the tools in Cedar, Izotope and Spectral Layers, my go to plug for this is reNOVAtor by Algorithmix.

      Wish this database was available about 3yr ago when I did the mono of "Ella and Louis".