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A phaser is an electronic sound processor used to filter a signal by creating a series of peaks and troughs in the frequency spectrum. The position of the peaks and troughs of the waveform being affected is typically modulated so that they vary over time, creating a sweeping effect. For this purpose, phasers usually include a low-frequency oscillator. (Wikipedia)

Halion Sonic SE Artist Library: Strings

80s String Ensemble

Angels & Strings NoteExp

Big Symphony Strings

Chamber Strings

Ensemble Strings

Slow Ensemble

Strings in Church NoteExp

Warm Phaser String Pad NoteExp


CFXC

CFXC

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“AIR is excited to announce the Creative FX Collection Plus. This world-class new collection includes our twenty classic AIR FX plugins for the first time in AU/VST Formats plus eight all-new FX (AU/VST/AAX), expertly created by our team based on extensive feedback and requests from customers.

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Uhbik

Uhbik

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“Uhbiquitous FX Bundle

Uhbik is our fine collection of effect plug-ins for the discerning audiophile. Each surround-capable effect comes wrapped in a beautiful, streamlined interface. The entire bundle of nine effects is available now at an unbeatable price…

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Four of these units (D, F, P, T) are modulation effects that include an ultra-slow to ultra-fast low frequency oscillator. LFO rate can be set to an absolute value (in seconds or Hertz), synced to host tempo (then scaled by a constant!) or swept manually / automated… Continue reading Uhbik