Control the groove: Create tempo synced flanging effects that rhythmically lock to your track.
Introduce analog flutter and a 90 degrees phase offset for a wide stereo effect that throws you back to the 60's.
Re-trigger the effect to create any flanging rhythm you like, even on off-the-grid recordings.
Easily create precisely timed risers and built-ups that span multiple bars.
Add a groovy and controlled amount of feedback with the sync and feedback controls.
Be a space invader and start your jet engine! Fresh and creative flanging.
The Denise Space Invader is a versatile flanger you can sync to your host project, allowing you to to create rhythmical host-synced flanging effects or precisely timed risers that span multiple bars. When in sync-mode you can set the flanging speed from 1/32-bar to 32-bars, including strange, triplet and dotted feel. When not in sync mode you can set the flanging speed in hertz and use the trigger-button to reset the flanger’s internal lfo, allowing you to control the flanger’s start point using automation. In addition you can choose between three different lfo shapes, and have the option to introduce flutter and a 90 degrees lfo offset for a wide stereo effect. The Denise Space Invader gives you full rhythmical control over the flanging effect, allowing for all kinds of creative flanging effects.SHOW LESS
1. “You are trying to use a flanger on a guitar or synth part, but there is no way to get the flanging effect to rhythmically lock with your track”. Regular flanger plugins don’t give you any options to sync the flanging effect to your tracks. The Denise Space Invader let’s you sync the flanging effect to the host tempo and bar position, allowing you to create rhythmical flanging effects that lock to your track. 2. “You want to use a slow evolving flanger to spice up a built-up section that spans multiple bars, but you can’t get the flanging effect’s timing right”. Regular flanger plugins just start randomly, and don’t give you control over the lfo phase. The Denise Space Invader lets you sync the flanging effect to the host for fixed BPM productions - spanning multiple bars - but also let’s you reset the flanger's lfo phase, allowing you to start the flanging effect at any point in time. 3. “You like the sound of a flanger, but find the effect too linear and repetitive to use in your mix”. Most flangers create very predictable movement, and can get boring quite fast. The Denise Space Invader lets you re-trigger the lfo start-phase, allowing you to create any flanging rhythm you like using automation. Combined with the additional flip, split and flutter functions, this gives you unlimited options to create fresh and exciting flanging effects.
MIX (0% to 100%): Mixes in the flanging effect. Set at 0%, the plugin is fully transparent. INPUT (-48dB to 48dB): Input gain that let's you boost or attenuate the signal going in, giving you more control over the signal. OUTPUT (-48dB to 48dB): Output gain that let's you boost or attenuate the signal going out, giving you more control over the signal. SYNC (1/32-bar to 32-bar straight/triplets/dotted, or 0.1Hz to 10.0Hz): Syncs the flanger to the host tempo and bar position, to create a host-synced rhythmical flanging effects or precisely timed risers that span multiple bars. When Sync is turned off you can set the flanger speed in Hz, like a regular flanger. DEPTH AND FLUTTER (0% to 100%): Depth let’s you control the pitch depth of the flanging effect, by increasing the range of the internal modulated delay. Flutter introduces slight variations in the range of the internal modulated delay, creating a tape-like detune effect. FEEDBACK (0% to 100%) Lets you increase the flanger’s feedback, making the flanging effect more pronounced and resonant. TRIGGER (on/off): When the sync function is turned off, the trigger control let’s you reset the flanger’s internal lfo start-phase, allowing you to control the flanger’s start point using automation. STYLE (sine / saw / triangle): A menu that lets you choose between three lfo shapes. FLIP (on/off): A switch that flips the direction of the lfo. SPLIT (on/off): A switch that creates a 90 degrees phase offset between the left and right lfo, creating a stereo effect where the flanging effect on one channel seems to follow the other.