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Classic phasers update 07/01/17 added n4 skins!

Post by Tim Petherick » Wed Jan 22, 2014 6:33 pm

Classic phasers update 17/01/17 added n4 skins!

Now with N4/n3 skins

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Classic Vibe is the pedal emulation for that famous pulsating sound. Originally these were intended to replicate the sound of Rotary speakers. These have a sound of their own and were most famously used by guitarists Hendrix and Robin Trower
The pedal contains 1 light and 4 photo cells.


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Script 90
A well known pedal! Simple design incorporating simple non opto , lfo driven solid state cascade.

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More Phase is a classic pedal phaser with a versatile set of controls.
It contains 2 lamps(light sources) and multiple photo cells, Making it a very complex pedal!


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Stone Phase
Much Like the the Script 90 this pedal has a non opto , lfo driven solid state cascade with a single speed control.
The differences being it has a colour switch which changes the character of the phase. What makes this pedal unique is it’s warmth.

More info/sound samples and purchase, visit the address below
http://www.timpetherick.co.uk/downloads ... c-phasers/


free presets
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ntcg8qlmbfkl0ea/6jdJN4bMnB
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Re: New release Classic Phaser Pedals!

Post by dwagrimm » Wed Jan 22, 2014 8:45 pm

hm, how can I say... Tim you sucks :D

ok, it´s time to say a hugh thanks to all the realy active nebula developers like you Tim, to Cupwise and all the nearly daily new releases in an unbelievable quality.

I´m definitely not one of the users they buy every think but it´s very hard to ignore all the releases and your new offer is hitting me. I´m waiting so long now for an "update" of the old nebula phaser, chorus etc. stuff. your audio demo sounds great.

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Post by Tim Petherick » Wed Jan 22, 2014 11:15 pm

Yes , I thought I'd give the modulation side of Nebula a go and I think these sound great. The speed control is very good and overall phasing sounds very convincing. You can hear the speed control on the script 90 samples...

I've got a bunch of choruses that will be made eventually but for now you can enjoy these presets!
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Post by richie43 » Thu Jan 23, 2014 1:17 am

I am a tone snob, and I love my tube amp, my 79' Strat, and my choice boutique pedals that I have held on to for years.... But releases like this make me wonder why bother with actual hardware in the studio when something this good can be used over and over without ever changing batteries, maintaining electronics, or worrying about breakage. Tim, this is really stunning.
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Post by vicnestE » Thu Jan 23, 2014 2:53 am

Continuous rate slider is really cool.
I could use the phaser as a continuous LFO and it sounds smooth.

Classic tones!!

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Re: New release Classic Phaser Pedals!

Post by SWANG » Thu Jan 23, 2014 5:04 am

these sound awesome! will definitely be adding these to my collection.

thanks, tim! 8-)

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Post by lipa » Thu Jan 23, 2014 12:13 pm

wow! audio demos sound great! classic tones :mrgreen:

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Post by Tim Petherick » Thu Jan 23, 2014 5:18 pm

I will post some more samples on my site soon. Maybe getting into more specific guitar styles!

Of course these can be used for mixing other things but you can see how close they are by some guitar samples!

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Post by andiw » Thu Jan 23, 2014 6:25 pm

Just let me know if I can help you with guitar demos!
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Post by richie43 » Thu Jan 23, 2014 6:48 pm

I have a few presets on various vocals in some "real" projects, by the way. So while these do seem very at home on guitars, don't hesitate for a second to play with these on other sources.... Awesome on drums too, for occasional "fx" and such. One of the more subtle presets (can't remember this second and am not at my DAW) is sounding amazing on a alt-rock bass part too, really fat and not even losing focus like I had expected it to. Super nice library Tim.
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Re: New release Classic Phaser Pedals!

Post by Formbank » Thu Jan 23, 2014 10:22 pm

Very interesting !

I couldn't see a manual on the site and I'd like to know the download file size the for the 96K set (am on a slow connection)

The sound samples are very intruiging.

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Post by Tim Petherick » Thu Jan 23, 2014 10:38 pm

Formbank wrote:Very interesting !

I couldn't see a manual on the site and I'd like to know the download file size the for the 96K set (am on a slow connection)

The sound samples are very intruiging.

96khz is 373 mb

The page is the manual but I will make a detailed instruction manual if needed. The only thing that should be noted is Hq presets need a mod to XML
And buffer should be low for best results, also to instal names manually to rom file.



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Re: New release Classic Phaser Pedals!

Post by indelible » Fri Jan 24, 2014 1:50 am

Hi Tim.I have a question.Sorry if is a little bit off topic.I got the Treble and Bass library.If I want to load the HQ preset I need to do something inside the nebula guior I can load them as they are?I already have the xml file modified and the LTIMED setting increased

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Re: New release Classic Phaser Pedals!

Post by Tim Petherick » Fri Jan 24, 2014 1:59 am

indelible wrote:Hi Tim.I have a question.Sorry if is a little bit off topic.I got the Treble and Bass library.If I want to load the HQ preset I need to do something inside the nebula guior I can load them as they are?I already have the xml file modified and the LTIMED setting increased
Not a mod no, I left the Timed mode under 30ms For the reason not to confuse new users, you can adjust the master page setting to 30ms but thats it!

For this release It's pretty much essential for a mod on the xml.

You have It sorted by the sounds of it.

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Re: New release Classic Phaser Pedals!

Post by david1103 » Fri Jan 24, 2014 2:57 am

Just been playing with this, AMAZING!

The HQ Stone Phase is the best phaser in a VST ever! Replaced Diva's built in phaser with this one and the difference is massive. Its Jean Michel Jarre time!

If the Stone Phase does not have the resonance required then HQ More Phase Emphasis 2 will sort you out, really vintage sounding, no digital horrors!

Wish I had time to post examples, synth fans should check this out ASAP!

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