November 10, 2005

Audio Damage Phase Two samples...

by Chris Randall
 

Okay, we're now in the possession of a more-or-less fully working Phase Two plug-in, just to keep everyone in the loop. I have to say that this is the most liquid-sounding phaser plug-in I've ever heard. That's not to toot our own horn or anything; we're cloning someone else's design, obviously. But the Mutron guys knew a thing or two about phasers, let me state for the record.


Anyways, here's what you've been waiting for: This is an MP3 of a Chameleon patch whonking away, and this is that same line with Phase Two at the end of the chain. Obviously, this is a bog-standard phasing kind of thing. Phase Two, like the original Mutron box, is capable of some special effects. We're pretty proud of this one; there is no doubt that it is one of the coolest things we've made.


Things left to do? Many. Gotta shoehorn the UI in there. Gotta "optimize." Gotta get it working on both platforms and both formats. Gotta get it out to our long-suffering beta-testers. But we're definitely in the home stretch now. I'll put up a screen shot in the near future.

 
 
 

3 comments:

 
 

 
Nov.10.2005 @ 7:06 PM
ortho
My roommate used to have a Biphase and I think you nailed it, judging from this example. We never used it too much though, but anyway it was a special box. We didn't have the one with the cool expression pedal, ours just had a dual footswitch pedal.
 
 

 
Nov.10.2005 @ 7:12 PM
Chris Randall
Ours does too. I think the Opti-pedal is pretty rare. In any case, we've made it so you can just assign a MIDI controller to the pedal function, so any old thing will work.

-CR

 
 

 
Nov.11.2005 @ 2:05 AM
dm
i heart phasers.
 
 

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