The new P83 plugin by SKnote is a new effect processor plugin for PC & Mac (VST/AU/AAX) that is based on a big studio phaser from the past.
SKnote released today P83, a new stereo phaser effect plugin. It’s based on a vintage hardware effect that offers a versatile sonic palette. Due of the stereo characteristics, it’s possible to use the phaser effect independently on left and right side.
From a vintage studio effect, a stereo phaser with lots of versatility. From stereo widening to subtle enhancement to creative effects. A single low frequency oscillator (LFO) controls the modulation of two separate channels of phasing (left and right), with independent control on center phase, amount of modulation, sign and amount of feedback. Simple but extremely powerful (and fun).
The original audio device, a two-channels rack unit, is a “reference” phaser with silky smooth sweeps and a classic phasing tone. Its optocouplers (Vactrols), with their relatively slow but musical response, are the core of the phase control networks and the main reason for its exceptional sound. These units sound great even at low Feedback settings and high LFO frequency.
SKnote P83 is available now for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/AAX) for an introduction price of $29.99 USD. AAX-DSP for Avid HDX systems and Venue live consoles are also available.
More information here: SKnote