I like Flanger sounds, but usually found them sounding quickly inflationary, so they usually have to be used decently. As long as you do not use this Flanger! I think, this is the most flexible adjustable Flanger, which I ever have heard, from decent modulations to really extreme, crazy and weird sounding detunings - which almost can be too much - you can adjust a lot of completely different, complexly modulated tones, which not only are typical Flanger tones. The implemented presets give a good overview for individual tweaking. Additional options like saturation or the 1979/2009 switching even increase the sonic flexibility. Equally well usable for guitar or bass, for clean up to high gain tones, but also for keyboards, synthesizers (add it to a Taurus pedal or Minimoog...) or even drums or percussion. Outstanding, unique (pedal) plugin! Highly recommended!
This Pedal (almost) Makes Me Believe In God!!
I slept on this for a while, not because I wasn't sure if I needed it, but because as someone who grew up with hardware I was honestly sick of trying out unimpressive emulations of pedals. A few companies do it right, modeling hardware and getting that magic into 1s & 0s (Nembrini and Kuassa both have some definite winners,) but for the most part I'd demo a pedal plugin and then uninstall it a day later. This flanger though? This is money. No other flanger comes close to this beast, and I've actually had the opportunity to use the hardware on a couple occasions, some years ago, and was impressed then, but this emulations is no less impressive. I haven't read the other customer comments on this, but since this is technically a guitar pedal, and knowing the guitarists that I do, I have to imagine that there's *someone griping that the 2.5-2.6kHz range doesn't garbly-warb enough with X-amount of dB going into it from a '54 Telecaster, or some other such random geekery. Despite any such possible nay-sayers, this thing is a big ol' hunk of gorgeous from where I'm standing. I can't speak on synths, but for guitar and Rhodes/Mark X uses, this thing shines. So... yeah, pretty damn happy over here. No more searching for another flanger. Ever. (:D Nineteen Stars. * * * * * * * * * etc...
My go to flanger, the most luscious flanger I know and in all it's simplicity exactly what I want in a flanger
I love this sound. must have
Great plugin, love the two modes which make it even more versatile!
This is the best sounding flanger-plugin I know. It offers many setting options, I love the ui and its easy to use. Great Plugin.
great analog sound
i compared this flanger to many others and was always coming back to this. it's the best.
Sounding just like the real deal, so many possibilities, best flanger plugin for me. You can really manage a lot of different tone with this, especially with the modern/vintage mode and the stereo mode is really bring even more to it. This and the eventide plugin are my favorite.
Sounds like the original
Years ago back in the '80s I used the original ADA Flanger on my pedalboard, and this Plugin is amazing! It can sound subtle to aggressive but adds a musical voice to many instruments, including vocals. Hardrock to Metal guitar sounds killer, that Tube-like tone but on clean elec. guitar or acoustic, classical for jazz, subtle sounds "Beautiful" or wild regeneration as an effective tool.....
One of the best flangers ever!
I owned one of these back in 1979 and it's one of the best sounding, most versatile flangers I ever used. This plug in is incredibly close to the analog original with some great additions like stereo out, mix, tempo sync and others. It can get a lot of different tones from chorus to really deep resonant sweeps. This is a killer flanger plug in, truly awesome.