Camel Audio has released PhatSpace, a bundle of two multi-effects designed for musicians rather than engineers. Graphical user interfaces put all the controls at your fingertips, while the X/Y pad controllers allow easy real-time manipulation of the most important parameters.
CamelPhat 3 is a "phattening" processor engineered to work wonders on guitar, bass and drums, adding warmth, punch and presence wherever they're required. Four characteristically different distortion effects are included, which can be used separately or blended together to create an endless variety of tones. The 'Magic EQ' enhances the low end. On top of that, you also get an analog-modelled compressor, three resonant filters, two LFOs and an envelope follower.
CamelPhat 3 features
CamelSpace is designed to take any sound you throw at it -- be it a pad, a synth line or a drum loop -- and generate an array of dynamically-evolving, gated rhythmic textures.
A powerful 128-step 'trance gate' sequencer controls panning, filter cut-off and volume, while independent LFOs provide still more mind-boggling modulation options. A tempo-synced stereo delay and powerful auto-panner ensure that your sounds are always on the move, while an enhancer (with 'Xcita' and soft saturation), a flanger and a reverb all add 'sparkle'.
The PhatSpace bundle is available for Windows and Mac OS X (VST and AudioUnits) and costs USD 149 / EUR 115 / GBP 79 (or USD 85 / EUR 65 / GBP 45 for each plug-in individually).
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