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Phosphor 3

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>> Phosphor 3 Intro Price - only US$3.99 <<

Phosphor 3 is the latest version of our Phosphor series of vintage digital synthesizers.

Phosphor is a clone of the alphaSyntauri, one of the first relatively inexpensive digital synthesizers, that ran on the Apple II. Phosphor is a faithful recreation of the alphaSyntauri's additive synthesis engine, and can accurately recreate the sound of this classic and groundbreaking synth.

The Phosphor 3 update brings MPE, tuning tables, extensive modulation, a new preset manager, and an all-new reactive UI to the plugin.

Featuring two additive oscillators (with the original 16 partial complement of the alphaSyntauri, or optionally with 32 or 64 partials), each with its own amp envelope, Phosphor's topology closely follows the alphaSyntauri, while adding many modern features such as full velocity control, a much more extensive modulation routing system, tempo synced LFOs, a pair of delays, and two monophonic modes. The noise and oscillators are able to work in the original alphaSyntauri "low-resolution" modes, or can be run in modern high-resolutions. Phosphor can accurately model the original sounds of the alphaSyntauri, yet still provide new paths for sonic exploration.

Features

• Two complete oscillator/envelope sections modeled on the original topology of the alphaSyntauri.

• Each set of partials can run in "lo-fi" mode, emulating the gritty digital voicing of original, or in a modern mode for alias-free sines.

• The noise can be either "lo-fi" digital shift-register noise per the original, or modern white noise.

• Two complete delay sections with LP/HP filtering and cross-feedback.

• Two tempo-syncable LFOs with multiple modulation destinations.

• A large complement of presets included that show off the extensive sound generating capabilities of Phosphor, including some famous alphaSyntauri presets directly ported from the original.

• TUN file loading for alternate tuning and scales.

• MPE (MIDI Polyphonic Expression) capability for MPE controllers like the Roli Seaboard, Linnstrument, and Sensel Morph.

Spinn - Multiband Modulator

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Spinn is a 4 band rotating modulation effect. It’s a bit similar to a Leslie but not aiming to replicate this character. 4 rotors with individual speed controls, acceleration and deceleration times, adjustable size and modulation. Each band also has a velocity control, which will adjust the speed according to the bands input level. Spinn features custom amp modelling (clean or hot) and room simulation.

Note! Spinn is an AUv3 plugin that only works in an AUv3 compliant host like Garageband, AUM, Cubasis, Beatmaker 3, Auria etc.

Global features:
* Speed mode - (Slow, Fast, Off).
* Room - (Small, Medium, Big) with mix control.
* Amp - Clean or hot with 3 band equaliser and a drive control.
* Stereo width control.
* Crossover points
* Input and output controls.

And for each band:
* Size - The rotor size
* Mod - Modulation amount
* Slow and fast speed control
* Acceleration and deceleration times
* Velocity - makes the speed change with input level
* Level - Band level

Full documentation available inside the app or at https://klevgrand.se/downloads/spinn-docs/

Audio examples and more info at https://klevgrand.se/products/spinn

SA60

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SA60 AUv3 plug-in — comes as time-limited Demo-version for you to try. It gives you 5 minutes of Free play time. (You can reload the SA60 AUv3 plug-in as many times as you want, thereby you get the Demo period again and again.) Unlimited version of SA60 AUv3 plug-in comes as In-App Purchase.

The Red Rock Sound SA60 real time 1/3 octave Spectrum Analyser combines ease of use, accuracy and versatility in one economical, reliable unit. Interface is modelled on classic DN60 spectrum analyser, originally developed in 1980.

Control & Indicator Functions:

• DISPLAY LEVELS — Relate to the Reference level, calibration of a display level is read from graticules on the left of the display window;
• REFERENCE LEVEL — The absolute level to which display readings are relative, i.e. calibration, is given in dB;
• OVERALL LEVEL — Calibration of the overall level is similary derived from graticule to the right of the display. Note: this graticule applies to the overall level only!
• AVG/PK — Two leds indicate whether the display is Averaging or Peak-reading;
• RESP. — Speed of display response is selectable: «1» — Fast, «2» — Medium, «3» — Slow (shown by three leds);
• MODE — Controls the display mode: «L» — Left, «M» — Mid, «R» — Right.

To use SA60 as a plug-in, you need an AUv3-compatible host app like GarageBand, Auria, AUM, Cubasis and more — SA60 will appear in the list of Audio Unit extensions for effect plug-ins in the host app.

Scope AUv3 Visualizer

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Get audio visuals with your AUv3 host or the standalone app. Scope uses a two-axis graph to give a visual representation of a waveform over time, with the horizontal axis representing time and the vertical axis representing the amplitude.

Oscilloscopes are frequently used to assist dynamics processing and sound synthesis. It's usually placed last in the signal chain, so that it analyses the cumulative effects of any plugins placed before it. Like any analysis plugin, though, you can place it anywhere in the chain, to view the signal at that point.

MagicDeathEyeStereo compressor

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Almost a year after the highly celebrated publishing of the first MagicDeathEye plugin, it is now time to present the “bigger brother” of Ian Sefchick’s first creation to the world: meet MagicDeathEyeStereo, a tube compressor with an integrated EQ circuit designed especially for all your mastering needs. We have taken everything we’ve learned from the first version and created a true emulation of what can only be described as a very fine piece of audio hardware. While similar in their overall signature sound, both products have their own dedicated areas of expertise: the “mono” version (well, not actually mono in plugin format) more on individual tracks, the stereo version to glue the whole mix together, with an even smoother compression curve, and lots of little goodies that will help you finalize your mix.

The stereo compressor is two mono compressor circuits with some extras designed for mastering and buss compression duties. This new version has an added EQ section. There are two (boost only) bands with two frequency selections each. The EQ is worked into the Variable Mu tube gain structure. This means it is not before or after the compression section, it is within it! The EQ circuit is inductor based and has wide curves for giving program material that “little something”. There is also a two frequency low cut for tightening up out of control bass. The boost of the bands can be 5dB or 3dB split between 5 steps. I spent a lot of time shaping this EQ mastering everyday and fine tuning the components on the weekends. It sounds absolutely fabulous!
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