Fazortan is ’70s-style phasing plug-in

Fazortan is a more flexible version of a vintage phaser.
Fazortan is a more flexible version of a vintage phaser.

d16 is set to expand its Silver Line range of effects plug-ins with the launch of Fazortan, a controllable space phaser that's based on a hardware unit from the 1970s.

This puts the user in control of two LFOs, both of which offer square, sinus, ascending saw and random waveforms. The developer says that it's possible to create a wide range of phasing effects just by tweaking the Rate knob, while you can also adjust the feedback effect.

Shipping with a selection of categorised presets, Fazortan should be available at the end of July but can be pre-ordered now for €29. It's PC-and Mac-compatible and supports the VST and AU plug-in formats.

Further details are available at the d16 website.

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