Audio Damage Phosphor Review

Audio Damage Phosphor

Audio New Room has one of the first reviews we’ve seen of the new Audio Damage Phosphor software synthesizer.

They find a lot to like:

Audio Damage’s Phosphor steps out above the pack to offer a palette of sound shaping tools that both pay homage to the alphaSyntauri and improve upon it. The clean interface design and top-notch sound engine elevate this softsynth to reside among the most useful and inspiring virtual instruments on the market today. The additive synth’s partial oscillators are well implemented and useful. All these factors, when coupled with the synth’s global LFOs, delay, and filters readily creature lush, rich (and even downright dirty) patches.

See the Audio Damage site for audio demos.

Phosphor for Windows and Mac (VST/AU) is available now for US $59.


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