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Phaser Plugin by UVI
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Phasor Phasor
Phasor by UVI is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for macOS and Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin, an Audio Units Plugin, a VST 3 Plugin and an AAX Plugin.
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Phasor - Modern, Fully-Parametric Phaser:

  • Advanced phaser with exceptional sound quality.
  • Multimode design with fully-parametric LFO.
  • Easy-to-use interface with helpful visualization.

Your New Go-To Phaser

Phasor is a powerful and dynamic studio tool, offering up a broad palette of modulation, filtering, and distortion effects thanks to its unique multimode design and deeply configurable parametric LFO. From buttery stereo field enhancement, to rhythmic reinforcement with tweakable LFO waveshape and swing, to more creative and specialized effects utilizing min and max frequency range, feedback, and drive, Phasor is featured and easy-to-use, delivering exceptional sound quality across a wide range of sweet spots.

Modern Features

Phasor includes a number of powerful features that let you easily dial-in anything from surgical enhancement to two-fisted rhythmic mutilation. Use the Min and Max knobs to set the frequency range, then couple it with Depth to create laser-focused parallel effects, while a bipolar Feedback knob offers a wide range of additive and subtractive filtering effects. Add grit your sound with Drive, and evaluate your changes confidently with Trim, I/O metering, and A/B snapshotting to easily level-match and compare your effect.

Multimode LFO Design

One of the most powerful components of Phasor is its multimode LFO design, allowing you to choose between Off, Random, S&H, and Parametric LFO modes. Off mode disables the LFO allowing you to design static or purely automated effects, while S&H and Random offer stepped and smooth randomization linked to Rate, letting you apply a variable amount of controlled chaos to your sound.

Parametric LFO

The star of the show is Phasor's fully-parametric LFO, with it you can achieve an incredibly wide range of phasing behaviors thanks to the variable waveshape, Pulse Width, Symmetry, Phase, and Swing. Click the LFO wave display to access common starting points, then dial-in rhythmically relevant modulation to perfectly match your track.

Ease of Use

A spacious, clearly labeled, and well organized interface makes using Phasor a breeze. All parameters are available on a single page, including visualizations of frequency curve, LFO shape, and I/O levels, making it easy to tell exactly what's happening at-a-glance. Meanwhile a generous selection of hand-crafted presets give you plenty of starting points and let you quickly evaluate what works for your sound.

A Future Classic

Designed to address everything from classic phaser effects to the wide-ranging needs of the modern producer, Phasor is a powerful, versatile, and easy-to-use effect with a gorgeous sound.

Watch Phasor in action: {See video at top of page}

Watch the preset showcase: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6o9fZIy5YXI

Listen to Phasor: https://soundcloud.com/uvi-official/sets/phasor

Latest User Reviews

Average user rating of 5.00 from 1 review

Reviewed By zisser [all]
March 19th, 2023
Version reviewed: 1 on Windows

This is definitly one of the best Phasers plugins. It's musical and creative while very easy to use.
I found it very good on drums, pads and even vocals for special effects. The LFO adds that special touch.

Here is a quick review and demo.


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Comments & Discussion for UVI Phasor

Discussion: Active
19 March 2023 at 7:17am

Really like this plugin and found it very creative and musical. It's very easy to use and sounds great on drums, guitars and even vocals.
Here's a quick overview and demo https://youtu.be/c97XqrS7b7I

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