Sonicircuit Stereo Flanger Effect VST, VST3 and Audio Unit Plugins. Virtual Stompbox and Pedalboard. Guitar, Vocals and Synth Effects. 64-bit Plugins for Windows and Mac
Sonicircuit Stereo Flanger is an effect plugin that creates a mixing of two identical signals together, one signal delayed by a small and gradually changing period, causing a phase shift between the two signals. The length of this pause is gradually varied over time resulting in a 'sweeping' effect, delivering from subtle nuances to extreme jet engine taking off.
A vast array of modulated tones that includes classic flanger as well as futuristic and chunky swirling sounds. From slow whooshes to rippling wobbles, from slow to fast space ray gun effects or from subtle textures to warped sound of a starting jet engine.
16 Presets included. Ability to create new and interesting spacey, metallic or underwater quality to input signals.
Rhythmic flange effect, similar to an arpeggiator or sequencer, by emphasizing notes through rate and feedback highest settings and 'pulse' waveform active.
Stereo inputs and outputs, which is really suitable where ultra-wide flange sounds are needed.
Available in VST (32 and 64-bit) and VST3 (64-bit).
Adds subtle to dramatic filtering effects and resonances to the sound, processing random "shifts" and "sweeps" in the frequency spectrum of original signal thus creating a sweeping, whooshing filter effect with a metallic, ringing sound:
Rate: Defines the frequency or speed of the oscillator. Turn the knob clockwise to increase the rate or counterclockwise to decrease the rate.
Feedback (Resonance, Regen): Determines the amount of the effect signal that is routed back into the input. This can change the tonal color and/or make the sweeping effect more pronounced. Higher settings yield a more dramatic effect. Many interesting tonalities such as bell tones, resonant pipes and robot voices sounds can be produced using high feedback values. Turn the knob clockwise to increase the rate or counterclockwise to decrease the regeneration.
Phase Modulation: Shifts the phase modulation. Spatial spread of the sound.
Waveform Combo Box: Shape of the modulating signal. A drop-down list to select different wave shapes: sine, saw, ramp, triangle and pulse plus white or pink noise.
Pulse Width Modulation: If the 'Pulse' waveform is selected, it control allows to set the 'Width' of rectangular pulse.
Dry/Wet Control (Mixer): Determines the balance between dry (unprocessed) and wet (processed) signals. Turn this knob clockwise for more effect or counterclockwise for less effect.