phase distortion synthesizerwith a vast array of composite waveshaping and amplitude modulation to
generate a complex frequency spectrum. Essentially, the
harmonic content of a carrier waveform dynamically change by
influence of another modulator waveform, which can be used to
create synth pads, keys, leads, basses,
textures, ambient soundscapes
Features a collection of 40 presets suitable for many genres
and styles of music and flexibility to custom design over a
wide sonic spectrum. Available as plugin in VST and VST3 64 bit versions for Windows, as well
as in Audio Unit for
Offers 16 different single-cycle waveforms per channel.
Two waveshapers. These combo
boxes presents a double selectable wave
shapes for each oscillator with 5 basic waveforms: sawtooth, square, pulse, double sine and
sawtooth-pulse plus 3 resonant waveforms: resonance 1 (sawtooth), resonance 2
(triangle) and resonance 3 (trapezoid).
Waveform Envelope Generator and Amplitude Envelope
Modulator for both
to control the audio signal passing through them,
with independent control over each stage:
Attack: determines the time it takes for the note to get
to the maximum level.
Decay: determines the time it takes for the note to go
from the maximum level to the sustain level (controlled by sustain).
Sustain: determines the level of the sound is played at while
the note is held (after the other envelope states, attack and decay, have
Release: determines the time it takes for the note to
fall from the sustain level to zero (silence) level when it is released.
following parameters controls function as coarse and fine tuners by
providing overall transposition and tuning of the oscillators (common for
all oscillators and waveforms):
Selector to specify octaves above or below the current
Selector to switch between 0 to 11 semitones.
Filter Section. A smooth state variable filter with the
Filter Cutoff. Adjusts the frequency range to contour
the sound, add or regulate brightness.
Filter Resonance. Slightly emphasize or suppress
portions of the signal above or below the defined color/tone frequency.
Filter Mode. Switches the filter between low-pass, high-pass, band-pass, or
band-rejection filter types, offering a simple and effective tone control to
shape and color the sound source.
Filter Strength. Makes subtle changes to the filter character:
Stage 1: Tone is slightly attenuated. Provides a warmness tone.
Stage 2: Tone is slightly amplified. Something brighter in character.
Low-Frequency Oscillator. These parameters apply LFO modulation. By
using the LFO to modulate various aspects of the audio signal, you can apply
effects such as vibrato or tremolo.
Rate: Controls gradual changes to the pitch of notes or the filter cutoff
Depth: Controls the amplitude of the LFO. With a lower setting, the resulting
modulation is subtle, while a higher depth will result in a much more
Reverb effect. A stereophonic ambience
spread that brings
a sense of spatial depth and width to sound, from small to huge sounding
spaces. Turn it clockwise to increase it or counterclockwise to decrease it.
Delay effect. Stores the input
signal and plays it back after a certain amount of time, creating from a
subtle echo to a pronounced blending of previous sounds with new sounds.
Improves the stereo image by adding a slight delay
to one of the channels. Parameters includes:
Time. Modulation to vary
the delay time dynamically.
Feedback. Regeneration of
delay to intensify or extend the effect.
Amount. Determines the
total amount of delayed signal. Turn it clockwise to increase it or
counterclockwise to decrease it.
Flanger effect. 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´ stereo effect,
delivering from subtle nuances to extreme jet engine taking off.
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. Turn the knob clockwise to increase the rate
or counterclockwise to decrease the regeneration.
Amount. Determines the total amount of flanged
signal. Turn it clockwise to increase it or counterclockwise to decrease
Drive PM. Provides a phase distortion extra modulation
Turn it clockwise to
increase it or counterclockwise to decrease it.
Mono. Monophonic mode switch to turn the
synth into monophonic mode.
Mono Glide. The rate at which
portamento slides the pitch between two notes, when playing in monophonic mode.
Loudness: Adjusts the volume (amplitude
control). Turn it clockwise to increase it or counterclockwise to decrease
property. Tooltip when the mouse is over a control. You can mouse over any of the controls anywhere in
Phasewaver and this will display a short description of what that control does.
Implementation of MIDI Continuous Controller parameters for use with
external hardware control via DAW.
Preset Manager: 'Browser' to
load and save presets and banks, enabling to export to *.fxp (VST2 Preset),
*.fxb (VST2 Bank), *.vstpreset (VST3 Preset), *.aupreset (Audio Unit Preset)
plus two generic formats (plain text): the *.xmlpreset (XML Preset) and the
*.xmlbank (XML Bank), providing cross-platform presets/banks. This allows to
control over the loading and saving of presets from disk as well as sharing
presets between different plugin formats using the generic *.xmlpreset (XML
Preset) and the *.xmlbank (XML Bank).
40 internal presets
Preset Sounds / Demo
LEAD Cerebral Labyrinth
LEAD Fuzzy Darkness
LEAD Resilient Mind
LEAD Shivering Impulse
PAD Somber Cadence
BASS Wah Wah
Before you install VST, VST3 or Audio
Units plugins, please make sure your computer fulfills the
extensively the demo version of this
product in your host to make sure there are no misbehaviors before
Operating System: Windows Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10
(32-bit and 64-bit platforms).
VST or VST3 compatible host application 64 bit:
These VST/VST3 software can be "plugged in" to any host application that
supports VST or VST3 Technology like: Image-Line FL Studio, Steinberg
Cubase Pro, Artist and Elements,
Cakewalk by BandLab, Cockos REAPER, PreSonus Studio One, Acoustica Mixcraft,
MakeMusic Finale, Avid Sibelius, Magix ACID Music Studio, Magix Samplitude
Music Studio and Pro X, Cantabile, n-Track Studio, DarkWave Studio, Bitwig,
SAVIHost among others.
MIDI Controller Device: A MIDI
Controller is required to play this VST instrument. The most common type
of device in this class is the keyboard controller. After launching the
Digital Audio Workstation or MIDI host application be sure to select the
appropriate MIDI device before attempting to play your MIDI controller.
An ASIO® sound card is recommended for low latency real-time play.
Operating System: macOS Sierra, macOS High Sierra,
macOS Mojave, macOS Catalina, macOS Big Sur. We do not officially support older systems such as PowerPC
or deprecated versions of Mac OS X. However our plugins may work, but we
cannot guarantee any performance on such old systems.
Audio Unit compatible host
application. They can be "plugged in" to process audio by applications
such as Logic Pro, GarageBand, Ableton Live, REAPER, Studio One
Gig Performer, MainStage and Digital Performer among others.
MIDI Controller Device: A MIDI Controller is
required to play this VST instrument. The most common type of device in
this class is the keyboard controller. After launching the Digital Audio
Workstation or MIDI host application be sure to select the appropriate
MIDI device before attempting to play your MIDI controller.
the Unregistered/Demo Version:
sound quality than the full version. It generates a short beep in
all output channels every 10 seconds. Be aware that certain features
may not be available.
The full version is available to purchase, as downloadable software, the