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Does anyone remember Ultrafunk Sonitus Surround plugin and what would be the modern software?


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Hello everybody!
Does anyone remember Ultrafunk Sonitus Surround plugin, and what would be the modern software to do the same?
The plugin I used on '86 OS - WinXP with Soundforge or Wavelab and the plugin was great in moving the source around the room. So with only 2 speakers you would get a feeling of surround sound as it simulated the position of the mic in relation to the listener. So basically you could put yourself (listener) all the way behind in the center or any corner, and it would give you the feeling that the source is behind your back.
Is there some effect in new generation that does this?
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