Nembrini Audio


Francesco Sondelli, founder of F-Audiolabs, has joined forces with Nembrini Audio to create a series of plugins. The goal is to bring more analog sound, vibe and feel to an ever growing world of computer-based digital plug-ins.

With the talent and experience of Eddie Kramer on their side, F-Audiolabs and Nembrini Audio are launching the Phazevibe plugin.

Like the original Eddie Kramer Phazevibe Pedal by F-Pedals, the plug-in features 3 modes of classic phaser based on the work of Eddie Kramer with Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Rolling Stones, The Beatles, Traffic and many more.

Both version feature 3 modes of phaser effects that are selected by a slide switch. In the Rack version there are also 3 different options of waveforms shape for each phaser mode:

  • Mode 1 - Classic Vintage Phaser: The big red speed knob allows the user to range from a classic phaser through a vibrato and even a Leslie-ish effect.
  • Mode 2 - Phase-Wha: A phaser with a hint of wha-wha when used on low speed that become auto-wha as you increase the speed up to a very unique vibrato.
  • Mode 3 - Phase-Univibe: A phaser with a hint of univibe when used on low speed that become an Hendrix Uni-Vibe sound as you increase the speed. This mode is incredibly warm and can offer a beautiful and smooth vibrato.

Bundle Intro Price: $29.99 valid until 31 January 11:59PM GMT + 1 (Reg. $139).

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