Widen your horizon.
Haaze provides two different ways of making a mono (or a not-wide-enough-stereo) signal to a wider stereo signal. By splitting the input signal into 16 different frequency regions, spanning from 20 Hz to 20kHz, Haaze can add different amount of stereo-widening to different frequency regions. This makes it possible to transform a mono track into a natural sounding stereo track (by for example keeping lower frequencies in mono while spreading the higher ones). Haaze is using two different stereo widening techniques, Haas (short delays between left and right channel) and ”Split EQ” (different gain on different channels on different frequency regions).
Try the demo!
Fully functional, but with occasional audio disruptions.
1. Split EQ
Different gain on different channels on different frequency regions.
Mixes the input content with the processed content.
Short delays between left and right channel. To apply the Haas effect, click and drag the spring component horizontally. The top-most part applies the effect on higher frequencies, and the bottom-most part applies the effect on lower frequencies.
Demo (Desktop version only)
Fully functional, but occasionally with audio disruption. To unlock the full version, purchase a license and click on the ribbon marked DEMO to enter your serial number. (Yes, this download can be used if you have a license and need to re-install the full version)
Haaze for Mac v 1.0.0
(Unzip and open the included .pkg file to start the installation)
Haaze for Windows v 1.0.0
(Unzip and open the included .exe file to start the installation)