SoundRadix Pi Alternatives

    SoundRadix Pi is described as 'Good phase relationships are key to a great sounding mix. When tracks are summed into a stereo mix bus, instruments tend to overlap and interact with each other across the frequency range and phase position'. There are more than 10 alternatives to SoundRadix Pi for Mac and Windows. The best alternative is MFreeformPhase by Melda Production, which is free. Other great apps like SoundRadix Pi are MAutoAlign by Melda Production (Paid), faTimeAlign by Forward Audio (Paid), faGuitarAlign by Forward Audio (Paid) and NUGEN Audio SigMod (Paid).

    This page was last updated Oct 5, 2020

    1. MFreeformPhase is a powerful utility, that lets you adjust the phase of individual frequencies however you like and can therefore be highly effective for complex mixing situations.
    2. Phase cancellation occurs whenever you record anything with more than one microphone. Some people ignore it and keep the tracks dull, some manually search for delays, and others let MAutoAlign do the job for them automatically and move on to the next activity.
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    3. ? Phase Alignment Plugin faTimeAlign has an accurate sub-sample precision for phase correction and an intuitive user interface.VST / AU / AAX ?
    4. faGuitarAlign revolutionizes the process of automatic audio phase alignment. It’ll radically reduce your workload when recording electric guitars, basses and basically everything with strings attached to it!.
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    5. Power up your plug-ins with custom signal architecture.
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    6. ? faSampleDelay is a free phase alignment plugin! Extremely intuitive UI and excellent phase correction capability. VST / AU / AAX ?
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      Track phase alignment audio plugin. Allows you to time- and phase-align any sound material to achieve better sonic coherence and clarity in the mix. Includes multi-band correlation meter.
    7. MAutoStereoFix is a tool that fixes problems in stereo recordings even if you didn't even know there are any! It has been designed for stereo microphone recordings such as overheads and rooms, but can be used on master tracks as well.
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    8. Have you ever wanted to rotate the phases of your signal to create frequency sweeps? Funny, neither had we, but then we tried it and were blown away! Disperser smears high energy transients through space and time without modifying the gain of the sound.
    9. PhaseNudge is a free allpass for audio phase rotation, such as matching dissimilar mics or adjusting the upfrontness of a track. Higher values rotate the attack farther back behind the body of the sound.
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