TeamCubeadooby | Windows x64: VST3, AAX | 4.2 MB
Stator is a tape wobble simulator.
It uses a creative approach to replicate the effects of speed fluctuations in tape machines: wow and flutter coming from uneven electric motor rotation and tape feed, as well as scrape flutter caused by the friction of the tape against the tape head. The result is a complex speed modulation signal that produces a wide variety of pitch drift and lo-fi jitter effects - similar to the sound of worn-out, unstable audio and video cassette players. Stator also employs individual stereo widening formulas in each of its three modulation components, plus it has variable channel crosstalk for adding chorusing and phasing artifacts - and creating sounds with a truly beautiful vintage vibe.
Combination of 13 fine-tuned DSP algorithms for simulating tape machine speed wobble
Separate modulation depth adjustment for pitch wow, flutter, and scrape flutter
Variable stereo phase offset with individual calibration for each modulation source
Variable stereo crosstalk for chorusing and phasing artifacts
Built-in adjustable feedback loop for additional sound coloration
Lag filters on all continuous parameters for smooth, click-free adjustment
Supports mono › mono, mono › stereo, and stereo › stereo channel configurations
Color-coded graphic elements
Consistent name, mapping, value, and unit implemented for all parameters in both graphic user interface and host control/automation
Built-in preset management functions
Supports window size scaling up to 200%
Whats new in this version
Official site does not provide any info about changes in this version.
64-bit Mac computer with Intel or Apple processor, running macOS 10.9 or later, plus a host application with support for AU, AAX, or VST3 plugins
64-bit PC computer with x86 processor, running Windows 8.1 or later, plus a host application with support for AAX or VST3 plugins