Haaze 2

Stereo Tool

macOS/Windows $59.99 and iPad $14.99

Bring any mono signal to life with this stereo enhancer.

Widen your horizon.

The upgraded Haaze v2 from Klevgrand is an elegant solution for controlling stereo width and spatially positioning a sound in a stereo mix. Regular L-R panning is a weak tool that doesn't resemble real-world acoustics, which becomes clear when trying to place a mono sound naturally in a stereo mix (especially on headphones). The result still feels very "mono". Haaze is an audio plugin that makes the positioning feel more natural, understandable and pleasant for the ears. It splits the audio signal into 16 frequency bands. On each band, you can delay the left or right signal (which will make the listener believe the sound arrives from the side that’s reaching the ear first), pan it to the left or right, or adjust the overall width on that band (for example, make the lower frequencies more focused in the middle than the higher). Haaze can also diffuse a mono signal and make it wider.

If this sounds complicated, Haaze comes with many presets that will help you to get started. It sounds good both in headphones and loudspeakers, and it has great mono compatibility.

Also part of this bundle:

Sound Design Bundle (macOS/Windows)
$169.99  Save $89.96!
Along with Degrader, Kleverb, Kuvert and Modley

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Requires macOS 10.10 or later, Windows 7 (SP1) or later, running a AU, VST or AAX compatible 64-bit host.




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via iTunes App Store


  • 16 independent frequency bands
  • Haas: Control the delay between L/R on each band
  • Pan (Split EQ): Pan each band L/R
  • M/S: Control the width on each band
  • Gain: Compensate the gain level on each band
  • Draw mode, for easy plotting out the adjustment curve that you want
  • Lots of presets for helping you to get started
  • Stereo width meter + Level meter on each band
Further reading
The Haas effect
Finding a natural and dynamic position for your sound
More videos

Natural positioning

Haaze vs regular panning

From mono to stereo

Delay the signal L/R on selected bands


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  • 1. I Can Haaze?

    Control the delay between Left and Right on each band

  • 2. Pan(ic) button

    This mode can pan each band separately between Left and Right

  • 3. In your widest dream

    This mode sets how wide you want each band to be

  • 4. Gainz

    Only if you need to compensate the gain after processing each band.

  • 5. Happy Birthday Mr Presetident

    Lots of presets that will help you to get started