Synapse Audio emulates a vintage phaser on Reason
The new creation from Synapse Audio is an emulation of a famous phaser from the 70s in Rack Extension format for Reason 7.
The Synapse Audio Ninety Rack Extension retains the sonic specificities from the original phaser but goes further with new features that expand the flexibility of the effect.
You’ll find the recent “zero-delay feedback network” technique that Synapse used to emulate the analog feedback loops, and, big difference from the original, the plug-in is stereo, with a stereo LFO on which you can adjust the image spread. The original Color switch was replaced with a knob for enhanced capacities and an “Ultra” switch allows for a 6-stage phaser configuration in order to help you create new sounds. Last, Ninety features a dry/wet mix control.
The Ninety Rack Extension is available at shop.propellerheads.se for 35€.
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