Responsive. Adaptive. I’ve always loved plug-ins that allow the user to control parameters with the various qualities of audio. This is what makes acoustic instruments so appealing—the piano, for example, will change timbre (sound characteristically different) when struck with differing forces. Stronger forces exhibit brighter sounds, while lighter forces dull & damp the sound.
PhaseRaise is volume responsive. When the signal jumps above the threshold, the frequency of the phaser follows the contour of the signal’s envelope (set by the rise & fall times).
The following demo samples were made with PhaseRaise.
PhaseRaise was coded using JUCE—an excellent & highly aesthetic library of C++ classes ranging everything from low-end data structure objects to high-end user graphics. It’s absolutely killer. Check it out!
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