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Audio Damage releases Phosphor 3 additive synthesizer


Audio Damage has announced the release of Phosphor 3, an update to the unique instrument plugin modeled on the vintage digital additive alphaSyntauri synthesizer from the early 80s.

Audio Damage Phosphor 3

Version 3 once more modernizes the original’s tried and tested feature set. Besides plenty under-the-hood improvements, it comes with a new coat of paint, expanded modulation options, MPE support, TUN-file support for non-equal-tempered tunings, and our brand new preset browser.

Changes in Phosphor 3

  • All new reactive UI.
  • MPE mode for expressive MIDI controllers.
  • TUN file loading.
  • New full-featured preset browser.
  • Re-written and modernized internals.
  • Linux VST version added.

Phosphor 3 is available for $59 USD in 64-bit VSTVST3, AU and AAX plugin formats for macOS, Windows and Ubuntu Linux. The update is free to desktop users of Phosphor 2.

AUv3 and Standalone versions for iOS (iPad) is available in the App Store for the intro price of $3.99 USD.

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6 days ago

Audio Damage is the worst developer i ever had to deal with, by far. Sold everything i had from AD when Chris Randall started behaving like a spoiled 12 years old child who can’t commit to the business model he somehow himself created. When you treat your clients like disposables, you get what you deserved. I’ve never missed AD plugins for a second and i’m real happy with the plugins and developers i chose to work with. Don’t waste time replying, i don’t care. I just vowed to say something about Randall’s attitude problem when i can…