Radial Phazer - Class-A Phase Adjuster
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The Radial Phazer is a line level phase alignment tool that lets you bring two sound sources together so that the fundamentals play in sync. Once in phase, the results are impressive: On electric guitar; you can combine the direct feed of an amp with a room mic to create fat rich tones. On a kick drum, combine the 'attack' sound from a batter head mic with the 'boom' captured by a resonant head mic. On a snare drum, combine the top and bottom mics and on acoustic instruments, combine a close 'spot' mic with a room mic to capture textures like never before.
The Phazer is designed from the ground up for optimum sound quality and features 100% discreet class-A circuitry. This results in smooth and natural sounding phase curves which are particularly important in the lower frequency spectrum. 0º to 180º phase adjustment is performed with a single knob making it easy to zone in on the sweet spot. For the more adventurous, a 180º polarity reverse switch accesses the 181º to 360º range and lets you create weird to absurd 'Phazed' tonal textures. This is augmented with a variable low-pass filter that lets you focus the effect in the lower frequency spectrum; where phasing is most audible.
Built Radial tough for the road, the Phazer is equipped with an innovative book-end design that creates a protective zone around the knobs and switches. Construction is 14-gauge steel with welded internal I-Beam frame that protects the sensitive electronics in even the harshest touring environments. A full bottom no-slip pad provides electrical insulation to eliminate electrical bonding and mechanical isolation to reduce mishap.
The Radial Phazer is a creative tool for the studio designed to expand your tonal palette. Live, it delivers great sound fast and may well turn into your best audio soul mate! Features:
- Time align two signals for fat rich tones
- Single dial control gets you there fast
- Can be used with any instrument
- Low-pass filter lets you focus the effect