Analog Flux Synthesizer

Psychic Modulation releases Phonec VSTi for Windows      12/09/12
Analog Flux Synthesizer


Psychic Modulation tells us that Phonec is best described as an 'analog flux synthesizer'. A spokesperson had this to say, "Inspired by the mystique of video logo synth scores from worn out VHS tapes, Phonec was primarily designed with character in mind. However Phonec is capable of producing a wide range of sounds such as vintage analogue tones, lo-fi synthscapes, ethereal pads, minimal techno sequences, and synthwave leads and basses. Phonec has an intuitive GUI that attempts to strike a balance between form and function, making it a very usable tool that can be a real inspiration to work with. Apart from it's unique character and smooth workflow, Phonec has several interesting features that set it apart from the crowd."
Features
  • Dual oscillators that can be combined in various ways
  • Analog style oscillator drifting
  • A unique Melt feature that adds instant character to any patch
  • Arpeggiator
  • Accent Sequencer
  • 3 LFOs (2 monophonic, 1 polyphonic)
  • HFO (High Frequency Oscillator)
  • 2 Modulation Envelopes
  • Echoshifter Delay Unit
  • Universal Value Display
  • Double Click Parameter Reset
  • 128 presets
Pricing and Availability:
Phonec is available for a special introductory price of $34. More information:

More From: PSYCHIC MODULATION
Even more news...

6 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
Crap    Said...

How on earth does the word analog get used on this, Would be great to see prosecution for the miss selling and bizzare claims of those flogging such shit.

12-Sep-12 05:40 AM


mattsynth    Said...

I agree with you. I wish they would stop calling these digital plugins analog. It is very misleading.

12-Sep-12 06:49 AM


rezazel    Said...

perhaps it's time to create a new word for these - analogueish, analogey whatever... :-)

13-Sep-12 03:52 AM


Draper    Said...

Yep, an analog synth for $34 lol

13-Sep-12 06:57 AM


I Don't Like Music    Said...

Seriously? The developer uses "analog" to describe their VSTi and you guys feels mislead and confused? Are your comments a genuine desire to prevent other less experienced musicians from being mislead by what you erroneously believe to be "deceptive advertising" or is it merely prejudice that no computer program can ever be as good as your vaunted analog synths?

13-Sep-12 07:59 AM


Come on People    Said...

You people are either a bunch of inexperienced kids that thinks they know all they need to know about music, or a bunch of old stubborn fools that can't deal with someone labeling something with your sacred "A" word. It's for your computer, obviously it isn't really Analog. Would it unravel the panties out of your ass if they added on "Analog Modeling" to the name? There's nothing deceptive or misleading, its a computer plug-in made to create "Analog" style sounds. If you can't figure that out, or can't deal with someone trying to recreate something that you think is so sacred, then you should quit music and try something more along your skill level, like knitting.

13-Sep-12 11:38 AM


Post a comment 
 


More Videos

Presentation: Modulus 002 Polysynth Latest News 

New soundset, sequencer, animator and arpeggiator


Berlin Diaries: Schneiders Laden - Why It Matters 

Still sticking up for the little guy after 15 years


Waldorf Streichfett String Machine Review 

Sounds of an era of bygone technology


Cubase Focus: Tempo Detection 

Free yourself from the grid