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Full Bucket Phaser FREE VST/AU Plugin Released

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Full Bucket Music has introduced Full Bucket Phaser, a freeware phaser effect in VST and AU plugin formats for compatible digital audio workstations on PC and Mac.

Full Bucket Phaser is a simple phaser effect which is based on the same code as the phaser module used in Full Bucket Music’s virtual instruments. If you liked the phaser sound in Nabla and ModulAir synthesizers, you can now use it as a standalone effect in your DAW of choice.

The plugin is lightweight and easy to use. Its sound character is modeled after vintage analog phaser effects which were used to enhance the sound of string machines. Same goes for Full Bucket Phaser’s feature set which covers only the basic control parameters. The user can adjust the spread, speed, and feedback of the phaser effect, as well as the speed and modulation depth of the LFO. The number of phaser stages can be set to four or eight. The last control parameter is the mix knob which blends the phaser effect with the dry signal.

Like all other Full Bucket Music releases, the plugin was created using native C++ code to ensure low CPU consumption. Even if you own an older computer, there won’t be any issues running multiple instances of Full Bucket Phaser in your digital audio workstation of choice. To grab your free copy of the plugin, simply visit the product page linked below and click the download link for your preferred format. There’s no user registration or plugin activation procedure to worry about.

Full Bucket Phaser is available for free download via Full Bucket Music (1 MB download size, ZIP archive, 32-bit & 64-bit VST/AU plugin format for Windows & MacOS).

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3 Comments

  1. corrosiveabuser

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    Awesome! – One of the most generous developers within the plugin arena.
    Use his Korg emulations frequently, and his frequency shifter is sublime…

    Thank you Full Bucket

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