- Publisher: Softube
- Product: Fix Phaser
- Version: 2.5.9-R2R
- Formats: VST, VST3, AAX
- Requirements: Windows 64-bit, versions 7, 8 or 10
Have you ever worried that your guitar just doesn’t sound enough like a spaceship? We know we have. Coming from the ever-fertile mind of audio legend Paul Wolff, Fix Phaser perfectly covers this concern, and many others too.
Create subtle movement and texture in a string section or synth pad, wash a drum kit in stratospheric swirling attitude, create a throbbing, oscillating vibrato in a vocal, or simply swoosh and whoosh things to your heart’s content.
Phase for days
- Lush vintage phasing sound in a modern plugin package
- Generate subtle movement in flat or dull-sounding instruments
- Wide and versatile feature set
Have a listen
Turn mono into stereo
The wide mode can create natural, convincing stereo soundscape from a mono track. Especially useful on guitars, vocals, drums and other instruments that sound static and lifeless.
From the mind of Paul Wolff
Fix Phaser builds on the mind-warping technical concepts already presented in the Fix Flanger and Doubler, completing the Fix modulation series. Never again will you reach into the toolbox and find an empty space where your spaceship should be.
What it does
With a clean and easy-to-navigate modern interface, the Fix Phaser loses none of that quintessential 70s/80s sound and style, and can transform a flat, dull track into a vibrant living beast in no time, and in a number of different ways. Sweep your phase centre at a rate anywhere between 0.01 and 6Hz, or let the incoming signal bump and pump the effect with the in-built envelope follower. Phase offset and regen settings allow further customisation of the sound, and three different stereo settings give the user control over the spread of the effect, from both mono and stereo sources.
- Lush vintage phasing sound in a modern plugin package.
- Wide and versatile feature set.
- Mix knob allows blending of wet and dry signals to taste.
- Create stereo soundscapes out of mono sources.
- Generate subtle movement in flat or dull-sounding instruments.
- Out-of-this-world whooshing effects.