Is This The Only Autopanner You'll ever Need?

Audio Damage releases Panstation      06/06/11

Is This The Only Autopanner You'll ever Need?


Audio Damage has released Panstation which they describe as the only autopanning plug-in you'll ever need. Here's the rest of what they have to say about it...
Panstation is, without question, the most sophisticated autopanner plug-in available. We started with a loose model of the venerable Drawmer M500's panning engine, then added the counting features from the Audio & Design PanScan (probably the most famous vintage autopanner, and the "secret weapon" of many well-known producers.) The result is an autopanner plug-in that is second to none in both feature set and sound.
Panstation Features:
  • Four different panning laws, including an exact 1:1 clone of the M500 pan law.
  • Ten panning waveforms, including all the waveforms present in the M500.
  • Free-run, MIDI tempo sync, MIDI note trigger, MIDI note number, and CC control of panning.
  • Audio trigger counting feature from the A&D PanScan.
  • Easy-to-read user interface. No squinting at tiny pixel fonts.
  • Relative phase control of each side, for tremolo and stereo widening effects.
  • MIDI Learn for full MIDI CC control over every parameter.
Pricing and Availability:
$39.00 More information:

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