June 3, 2011

Audio Damage Panstation Now Available...

by Chris Randall
 



Meet our newest bouncing baby plug, Panstation. As you can pretty much guess from the name, it is an autopanner, and as far as we're aware, the most sophisticated autopanner plug-in available. (If you feel like correcting me on that, don't, because I've sort of hung my hat on that bullet point.)

It is "inspired by" the Drawmer M500. We took basically every feature from the panning engine of that box (including a detailed clone of its pan law and waveforms) and added some other jank we thought would be handy, like the audio trigger counting mechanism from the A&D PanScan.

32/64-bit across the board, AU and VST for Mac and VST for Win, US$39.00. Go get it.
 
 
 

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Jun.03.2011 @ 11:35 PM
beauty pill
Only to Audio Damage would something as trippy as this be characterized as "utility."

- c
 
 

 
Jun.04.2011 @ 7:31 AM
vae
I'm with boobs.
 
 

 
Jun.04.2011 @ 10:33 AM
chaircrusher
So first thing to try, run the panner into a Live Effect rack, use 2 utility plugs on different audio paths, and use two different effect chains on each side.
 
 

 
Jun.04.2011 @ 11:22 AM
poxyloxy
I'm with tits.
 
 

 
Jun.06.2011 @ 3:02 PM
analogcre8or
Great tool! Did wonders for my accordion ostinati.
 
 

 
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