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Phonec Phosphor Vol 2 - The Unfinished

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Phonec Phosphor Vol 2 - The Unfinished

Phonec Phosphor Vol 2 - The Unfinished
Phonec Phosphor Vol 2 is a collection 128 patches for Psychic Modulation’s Phonec 2.Phonec 2 is a synth designed to create a wonderful world of lo-fi, nostalgic, dri..
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Type of Product Soundbank
Software Synthesizer
Soft Synth Name psychic modulation: phonec2
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File Size 2.1MB
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Presets 128

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Phonec Phosphor Vol 2 is a collection 128 patches for Psychic Modulation’s Phonec 2.

Phonec 2 is a synth designed to create a wonderful world of lo-fi, nostalgic, drift
and harmonics: a broken, unpredictable analogue sound.

Phosphor Vol 1 and Vol 2 delve deep into this dysfunctional synth environment to
produce a unique blend of the holistic, the harmonious and the horrendous. By turns
beautiful and terrible, Phosphor provides a meandering, capricious and sumptuous
landscape of damaged and delectable sounds.

Tapping into the vibe of synth pioneers such as Boards of Canada, John Carpenter and
Aphex Twin, Phosphor delivers solid basses, resonant pads, clunky leads, deceptive
sequences and claustrophobic atmospheres. All with a dusty, raw and suspicious
character.

Phosphor inhabits a world where ley lines meet motorways, where pylons loom over
stone circles and where the ghosts of the past invent a future that will never
happen.

If you dig 70s prog, 80s horror, 90s house or a blend of all three, Phosphor Vol 1
and Vol 2 will provide you with a messy but methodical new palette of dynamic and
dastardly noises to play with.