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Download Stereo Tool 9.80 (changes)

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MS-Windows

Runs on Windows XP SP3, Vista, 7, 8 and 10

Windows VST

For VST hosts such as Adobe Audition, Audacity, PlayoutONE LiveStream, ProppFrexx, Steinberg Cubase, Cakewalk Sonar, FL Studio.

Windows Winamp/DSP

For Winamp, StationPlaylist, Jazler, RadioBOSS, mAirlist, PlayoutONE LiveStream, SAM Broadcaster, MB Recaster, MB Studio, AIMP, MediaMonkey and other applications that support Winamp DSP plug-ins.

Windows command line

Processes 16 bit stereo .WAV or raw PCM data. Useful if you want to use Stereo Tool in a script.
Run with option -h for more info.

Command line version

(Not an installer - right-click and save)

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x86/64 Linux

Tested on: Ubuntu 16.04+, Fedora 19+, Debian 7.1+, CentOS 6/7

x86 Linux stand alone

Sound card input to sound card output.
The Jack versions supports processing audio from other programs via Jack. Requires Jack to be installed (Ubuntu: sudo apt-get install jackd2)

To run it, after downloading you need to make the program executable using either chmod or by right-clicking on the downloaded file and checking the "Executable" flag.

 

x86 Linux command line

Processes 16 bit stereo .WAV or raw PCM data. Useful if you want to use Stereo Tool in a script. 
Run with option -h for more info.

Command line version 32 bit
Command line version 64 bit

(No installers, save and chmod for execute access)

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Mac OS X

Tested on OS X 10.14 and 10.15, Intel only for now (no M1)

OS X Stand alone

Sound card input to sound card output. 

OS X VST

For VST hosts such as Reaper and Ableton.

OS X Command line

Processes 16 bit stereo .WAV or raw PCM data. Useful if you want to use Stereo Tool in a script. 
Run with option -h for more info.

OS X x64 command line version

(No installer, save and chmod for execute access)

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ARM / Raspberry Pi Linux

32 bit (Cortex A7, A53, A72) tested on: Pi 2, 3B, 3B+, 4B Raspbian
64 bit (Cortex A53, A72) tested on: Pi 3B, 3B+,4B Raspbian and Ubuntu Mate

Should work on any compatible ARM-based device, let us know if you need a build for specific hardware.

Raspberry Pi stand alone

Sound card input to sound card output. 

Raspberry Pi command line

Processes 16 bit stereo .WAV or raw PCM data. Useful if you want to use Stereo Tool in a script.
Run with option -h for more info.

Raspberry Pi 2/3/4 32 bit command line
Raspberry Pi 3/4 64 bit command line

(No installers, save and chmod for execute access)