I came across this video on YT and was intrigued by this plug-in. Basically it is described in the video as a plug-in "that eliminates a lot of the rules that we have made when it comes to panning". It states the following ..."it takes the low frequencies and collapses them down to mono, allowing us to open up opportunities to pan our tracks that we couldn't do before because of all the different listening environments". While I can certainly hear a difference in the before and after in the video, the question therefore would be, do you really need a plug-in to do this? Is this just a short cut by way of a plug-in to something that can be achieved without using this? Its always been my understanding that low frequencies like bass & kick should always be in mono and centered which by the sound of how this works is basically what it does... FTR - I am not associated in any way with the maker of this plug-in and am in no way using this forum as a way to promote it, just putting it out there for educational purposes to determine if this is a quicker way to do things by dropping a plug-in to a track and away you go... It would be good to get other members thoughts on this and maybe techniques on applying this type of effect without having to use another plug-in to further degrade the audio signal.