Softube Releases the Thick Fix Phaser Plug-in with Introductory Pricing

By Emusician ,

Linköping, Sweden, November 20, 2017 - Softube is proud to announce the phaser that has it all, the only phaser that could please Paul Wolff of Fix Audio Designs: the Fix Phaser ($99). This complement to Softube’s existing modulation offerings, the top-notch Fix Flanger and Fix Doubler plug-ins, is the ideal way to create subtle movement and texture in a string section or synth pad, wash a drum kit in stratospheric swirling attitude, create a throbbing, oscillating vibrato in a vocal, or simply swoosh and whoosh things to your heart’s content. Never again will you reach into the toolbox and find an empty space where your spaceship should be. 

Fix Phaser introductory offer: $79 USD until January 8, 2018.

"This is a great new take on the classic phaser. Easy to use, useful presets, and best of all, like all of Paul Wolff’s products it sounds great with the default settings.”
-Bob Dawson, Grammy-winning producer – Mary Chapin Carpenter, Dave Matthews Band etc.

What is the Fix Phaser anyway?
Fix Phaser is an audio effects plug-in that creates texture and motion by dynamically phase-shifting copies of your signal and blending them with the original sound.

•Classic deep phasing effects for instruments.
•Chasing stereo mode for rotating effects.
•Wide mode converts mono to convincing stereo sound.
•Vibrato type effects when used fully wet.
•Can add movement and depth to static sound.
•Can easily be synchronized to your DAW tempo, and ease your mixing through variable stages and different stereo modes.



About Softube

Softube develops both hardware and software for the audio industry. A number of high-end computer recording plug-ins are available under the Softube brand and the company has done development for reputable companies such as Marshall, Fender, Abbey Road Studios, Native Instruments, Ableton and TC Electronic. Our own plug-ins are the products of partnerships with renown hardware manufacturers. The company was founded by Oscar Öberg in 2003 and consists today of 20 persons with headquarters in Linköping, Sweden.

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