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Title: Phaser stomp box request
Post by: Oli P on May 21, 2016, 06:47:20 pm
I'm kinda baffled that you make a Rhodes VI and leave out the phaser pedal.  ???  ...Especially since you already had one in the Wurlie.
Actually I'd wish you'd port all the FX from the Wurlitzer ...including the graphic EQ and reverb.  ...It's just way cooler than those on the Rhodes now.
Title: Re: Phaser stomp box request
Post by: jackn2mpu on May 21, 2016, 08:53:55 pm
I'm kinda baffled that you make a Rhodes VI and leave out the phaser pedal.  ???  ...Especially since you already had one in the Wurlie.
Actually I'd wish you'd port all the FX from the Wurlitzer ...including the graphic EQ and reverb.  ...It's just way cooler than those on the Rhodes now.
To me the Rhodes emulation is kind of sad - there's so much missing, particularly the overall sound. Lacks guts.
Title: Re: Phaser stomp box request
Post by: Oli P on May 21, 2016, 09:46:24 pm
I was able to create some presets I like ...just takes some patience and attention to detail.
There's a lot you can tweak...I just miss the eq and phaser.
Title: Re: Phaser stomp box request
Post by: LBH on May 22, 2016, 04:02:22 pm
This is from the sales site:
"Effects pedals
Kick in a swirling phaser or flanger, fatten up with a shimmering chorus, rock out with compression and overdrive, and get spacey with analog delay. You can even use the expression pedal for volume or wah—or set a funky auto-wah. The Stage-73 has all the effects you need to create a sound that’s all your own."
https://www.arturia.com/stage-73-v/details

Is'nt all this included - including the swirling Phaser?

Perhaps this sales text is incorrect.
Title: Re: Phaser stomp box request
Post by: CC4 on May 22, 2016, 05:16:06 pm
The Stage-73 does include a Phaser.  The Volume pedal slot can be changed to a Wah pedal or an Auto-wah.  Then there are four effect "slots" where you can choose to order any of the six effects:  Flanger, Phaser, Chorus, Analog Delay, Compressor, or Overdrive.  To compare, the Wurli includes a Vocal Filter and Pitch-shift Chorus which isn't currently implemented in the Stage-73.  Although not as fancy, the Stage model does have a reverb knob on the guitar amp.

Title: Re: Phaser stomp box request
Post by: Oli P on May 22, 2016, 09:15:41 pm
The Stage-73 does include a Phaser.  The Volume pedal slot can be changed to a Wah pedal or an Auto-wah.  Then there are four effect "slots" where you can choose to order any of the six effects:  Flanger, Phaser, Chorus, Analog Delay, Compressor, or Overdrive.  To compare, the Wurli includes a Vocal Filter and Pitch-shift Chorus which isn't currently implemented in the Stage-73.  Although not as fancy, the Stage model does have a reverb knob on the guitar amp.

Ok my bad...didn't notice that you can click on the effects and find the hidden ones behind.
But something is strange with the phaser!? ..Can't get it to blend very well, and the rate needs to be set very high to even kick in...but then it acts very strange  :-\

The suitcase needs the reverb and eq most ...the stage model has all the amp features that can get you somewhere.
Title: Re: Phaser stomp box request
Post by: CC4 on May 23, 2016, 08:47:03 pm
But something is strange with the phaser!? ..Can't get it to blend very well, and the rate needs to be set very high to even kick in...but then it acts very strange  :-\

Yeah, I don't know if the Phaser unit is supposed to be more subtle or what.  It certainly doesn't sound the same as the Wurli Phaser.
Title: Re: Phaser stomp box request
Post by: martinl on June 05, 2016, 11:39:55 pm
But something is strange with the phaser!? ..Can't get it to blend very well, and the rate needs to be set very high to even kick in...but then it acts very strange  :-\

Yeah, I don't know if the Phaser unit is supposed to be more subtle or what.  It certainly doesn't sound the same as the Wurli Phaser.

In particular without the Stereo width, it is hardly noticeable.
Title: Re: Phaser stomp box request
Post by: jackn2mpu on June 06, 2016, 12:20:12 pm
But something is strange with the phaser!? ..Can't get it to blend very well, and the rate needs to be set very high to even kick in...but then it acts very strange  :-\

Yeah, I don't know if the Phaser unit is supposed to be more subtle or what.  It certainly doesn't sound the same as the Wurli Phaser.
A lot depends on exactly what phaser Arturia modeled. Some real world phasers only have a speed control (MXR Phase 90 for one), some have a very limited depth and width controls (MXR Phase 100), and some have a full complement of controls for speed, depth, width, number of stages, etc.
Title: Re: Phaser stomp box request
Post by: George Ware on June 22, 2016, 04:19:08 pm
I use AudioDamage's PhaseTwo (AD's version of the Mu-Tron Bi-Phase) http://www.audiodamage.com/effects/product.php?pid=AD008
A whole new ball of wax!  ;D
Title: Re: Phaser stomp box request
Post by: jackn2mpu on June 23, 2016, 07:00:02 pm
I use AudioDamage's PhaseTwo (AD's version of the Mu-Tron Bi-Phase) http://www.audiodamage.com/effects/product.php?pid=AD008 (http://www.audiodamage.com/effects/product.php?pid=AD008)
A whole new ball of wax!  ;D
Finally - hope it's good (and better than the Mutron III emulation that IKMM did). I had the good fortune to work for the company (Musitronics) that made the original at the time it was in development. It was still in breadboard stage when I was there and we tried all kinds of different things with the routing and such. Did final test and repair of the original Phaser and Mutron stomp boxes. Besides the usual vom's and 'scopes my test equipment was a Fender Strat and Twin Reverb.
Title: Re: Phaser stomp box request
Post by: George Ware on July 14, 2016, 01:03:40 am
I use AudioDamage's PhaseTwo (AD's version of the Mu-Tron Bi-Phase) http://www.audiodamage.com/effects/product.php?pid=AD008 (http://www.audiodamage.com/effects/product.php?pid=AD008)
A whole new ball of wax!  ;D
Finally - hope it's good (and better than the Mutron III emulation that IKMM did). I had the good fortune to work for the company (Musitronics) that made the original at the time it was in development. It was still in breadboard stage when I was there and we tried all kinds of different things with the routing and such. Did final test and repair of the original Phaser and Mutron stomp boxes. Besides the usual vom's and 'scopes my test equipment was a Fender Strat and Twin Reverb.
How did the AudioDamage PhaseTwo work for you?
Title: Re: Phaser stomp box request
Post by: jackn2mpu on July 14, 2016, 02:40:35 am
I use AudioDamage's PhaseTwo (AD's version of the Mu-Tron Bi-Phase) http://www.audiodamage.com/effects/product.php?pid=AD008 (http://www.audiodamage.com/effects/product.php?pid=AD008)
A whole new ball of wax!  ;D
Finally - hope it's good (and better than the Mutron III emulation that IKMM did). I had the good fortune to work for the company (Musitronics) that made the original at the time it was in development. It was still in breadboard stage when I was there and we tried all kinds of different things with the routing and such. Did final test and repair of the original Phaser and Mutron stomp boxes. Besides the usual vom's and 'scopes my test equipment was a Fender Strat and Twin Reverb.
How did the AudioDamage PhaseTwo work for you?
I've not had much of a chance to work with it as my production system has developed some problems I'm trying to chase through. Funny coincidence - I did see a BiPhase at the local Guitar Center but they wanted more money than I could afford to part with and I didn't feel like selling one of my Strats to buy it. More when I know more.