The MidSide+ module is an extension to the idea of WORNG Electronic’s LRMSMSLR and comes with an expanded feature set. WORNG also has something to give away.
Mid/Side processing takes a stereo signal and separates it out into the middle and side elements so that you can process them independently before smashing them back together again. You could then route the different elements out to different filters, add effects to one part of the stereo field, or modulate different things in unusual ways. It really is open to experimentation.
The MidSide+ does all that while featuring a thru-zero width control that allows the flipping of the stereo image in all directions. You can control it with CV giving you a lot of creative power to manipulate stereo signals.
MidSide+ should be available in the autumn.
Apparently WORNG has a free DIY gift that’s available in limited numbers to anyone who might come to their booth. The module in question is called, we believe, the SB22 DPLPG. It’s a limited edition run of a dual passive lowpass gate. The inputs are normalled so you can drive both with a single gate. It’s only the PCB and panel but that’s fabulously generous of WORNG Electronics.
You’ll find WORNG on booth Z150.
- WORNG Electronics MidSide+: WORNG Electronics
- WORNG Electronics SB22 DPLPG: WORNG Electronics