Meet D16 Fazortan 2
You can think about Fazortan 2 as of the exact copy of a retro phaser taken out from 70’s and redone to become a virtual unit. But being the same sounding unit that provides primal functionality and sound of the original is where similarities end and where limitless scope of plugin comes to play. Bearing on mind only one Rate knob and a Color switch on the front panel of the real phaser device, Fazortan 2 from the first look at its GUI, presents itself as a completely new device that effectively expands capabilities of its origin.
Full control over two LFOs (waveform, rate, and depth) controlling the unit and unlike the hardware unit Fazortan 2 LFO works in various waveform modes: sinus, triangle, hyper-triangle, and random (i.e. only triangle is available in original). By using both LFOs simultaneously you’re now able to obtain results that owners of the hardware box could only dream about. Endless contour diversity stretches results from monotonous sluggish swing to become a gurgling scrumble, just by a slight repositioning of the rate knob. Additionally, it is now possible to add consecutive allpass stages as well as regulate the feedback effect. The amount of stages translates on how many humps and pits residues in the converted sound spectrum while feedback parameter value implies the severity of these irregularities. Feedback knob gives you sounds from soft to rapid and drilling. To visually display how it works consider a white noise as an input signal. Moving the feedback knob will start to morph incoming “sea waves” reminiscent noise into “windy” whizz. Additionally, each LFO can be modified by altering its respective phase giving as a result an improved panning of the incoming signal.
D16 Fazortan 2 in one take
- True emulation of classic analog allpass phase shifter
- Fully controllable LFOs
- LFO synchronization with host application
- Unique sound different from any other digital phaser
- 64bit internal processing
- No harmonic distortions at output
- Tag based preset browser
- Two alternative GUI sizes
- MIDI-learn functionality throughout