The software developer's latest offering focuses on auto-panning and tremolo.
Audio Damage has released their latest plug-in, the Panstation, today.
The Panstation is "inspired" by the Drawmer M500 Multi Processor's auto-panning engine, and also "liberally lifts" features from vintage autopanner the Audio & Design PanScan. In the case of the former, Audio Damage has put together an exact clone of the M500's pan law, alongside three others options. Also included are all the waveforms from the M500, that take their place among a total of ten. Other features include MIDI tempo sync, MIDI note trigger, CC control of panning, an audio trigger counting feature from the A&D PanScan and phase control of each side. As is the case with most of Audio Damage's plug-ins, Panstation is very reasonably priced—just $39.
Panstation is available now, priced $39.