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Before I switched my system from Cubase to Pro Tools, I was running the Kjaerhus Audio Classic Phaser plug-in on a Hewlett Packard Pavilion dv8000 lap top with 2 GB of RAM and a 3.0 Ghz processor. I ran everything through a MOTU 896 HD audio interface. I generally have had no problems at all with performance of the Kjaerhus Audio plug-ins, and there is no exception with the Classic Phaser. It clearly doesn't take up much processing power, but I doubt that most users will need to run too many of these simultaneously anyway. Everybody's system is different, so to get a real idea of how well this plug-in will run on your system, I'd recommend just trying it out for yourself being that it's free.
There are definitely a good amount of differing tones available with the Kjaerhus Audio Classic Phaser, which isn't something that you'll normally get with a free plug-in. While maybe not the most realistic sounding phaser plug-in by current standards, it still does sound good and it served me well for a while when I was using Cubase SX. The presets are awesome as they really show the wide array of phasing effects that the plug-in has to offer. There isn't any reason not to have this plug-in if your system will support it...
Lightweight cpu resources.
I tried a lot is that the free to correct its sometimes a bit synthetic (its depends on what sound) but for really better to pay. On hats and snares it is nickel.
- Manufacturer: Kjaerhus Audio
- Model: Classic Phaser [Freeware]
- Category: Software Phasers
- Added in our database on: 03/24/2004
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