The well-known Panstation panning plugin for PC & Mac from Audio Damage is back in version 2 with AAX support and as an iOS AUv3 app.
Audio Damage has today released a major update for its Panstation plugin. Panstation 2 is still inspired by iconic auto-panning hardware such as the Drawmer M500 or the Audio & Design PanScan. The plugin is designed to get things moving between your speakers. It includes various flavors of pan laws (p.ex a 1:1 clone of the M500 pan law…), modulation and triggering options to let you choose the character that’s right for your production.
It can be used in free-run mode or with MIDI tempo sync and note trigger. Audio Damage thus offers a panning plugin here that is easy-to-use and versatile at the same time. Even better: Panstation 2 is also available as an iOS app with AUv3 support. It’s time to get some movement in your music
- Four different panning laws, including an exact 1:1 clone of the M500 pan law.
- Ten panning waveforms, including all the waveforms present in the M500
- Free-run, MIDI tempo sync, MIDI note trigger, MIDI note number, and CC control of panning.
- Audio trigger counting feature from the A&D PanScan.
- Relative phase control of each side, for tremolo and stereo widening effects.
- Vector-based reactive UI.
- Share presets between the AUv3 and Standalone, or between the iOS versions and the desktop versions.
- Manual available on the Audio Damage site.
Audio Damage Panstation 2 is available now for PC & Mac (VST, VST3, AU & AAX) for $39 USD. Existing users of P1 can upgrade for free. Panstation 2 for iOS is available now for $3.99 USD from the Apple App Store.
More information here: Audio Damage