Brian on Jan 13, 2005, 9:10pm:
Aleksey, have you considered a specialized flanger for the AF suite or as a standalone product? AFChorus already sounds incredible, but it lacks a feedback control that can accentuate the flanging. Are you familiar with "through-zero flanging"? This is a sound born in the days of tape flanging, when two decks were playing simultaneously and someone would press their finger on one tape (or speed it up/slow it down) to create a modulation where the wet signal not only is delayed behind the dry signal, but also moves in front of it. This is a very special sound that can be stunning on guitars or drums. The way to accomplish this digitally is to delay the dry signal a small amount (say 5ms) and modulate the wet signal so it lags behind and sweeps in front of the dry signal (the wet signal will sweep to a delay which is smaller than the dry signal's delay). With your modulation-noise and oversampling a la AFChorus vintage mode, combined with a feedback parameter, I think you could create the best flanger on the VST market.
Brian on Jan 13, 2005, 9:13pm:
Also for more information and sound samples, you can check:
They are asking $369 but I bet you could create this at a much more reasonable price!
Aleksey Vaneev on Jan 14, 2005, 2:19pm:
That's a fine idea. I'll see if I can offer something interesting based on AF Chorus. But that will be a separate product.
Brian on Jan 16, 2005, 6:39pm:
Great to hear this!
If you need a beta tester or some presets, you know where to ask. :)
Brian on Feb 10, 2005, 10:34pm:
Aleksey, any progress on this? Had to ask, even though I know you are busy with HarmoniEQ and Mac ports. :)
Aleksey Vaneev on Feb 10, 2005, 10:50pm:
This is almost done. :) This plug-in will be released a week after HarmoniEQ.
Brian on Feb 11, 2005, 1:10pm:
Damn, you just don't stop! Thank you for working on this, I bet a lot of guitarists are going to love it.
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