English   German   Spanish   Dutch   French
Time and Space
Go
Advanced Search  
Shopping Bag Shopping Bag
0 items  Total £ 0.00 ex vat
view bag   |  checkout
Welcome  |  Login  |  My Account  |  Customer Services
Select Currency: GB Pounds  Euros  US Dollars

FREE IZOTOPE OZONE IMAGER (DOWNLOAD)
OVERLOUD EXCLUSIVE TH3 TIME AND SPACE FREE EDITION(DOWNLOAD)
TOONTRACK SUPERIOR DRUMMER 3 UPGRADE (DOWNLOAD)
GOTHIC INSTRUMENTS DRONAR FREE EDITION
GOTHIC INSTRUMENTS SCULPTOR EPIC DROPS
FREE DARK AMBIENCE PATCHES FOR OMNISPHERE - TASTER PACK
FREE IMPACT SOUNDWORKS TRIAL PACK
FREE IZOTOPE VINYL (DOWNLOAD)
FREE IZOTOPE NEUTRINO (DOWNLOAD)
IN SESSION AUDIO RIFF GENERATION (DOWNLOAD)
Our Products  >  Spitfire Audio BT Phobos

Spitfire Audio BT Phobos

Spitfire Audio BT Phobos

Bookmark and Share


Have you used this product? Tell us what you think and you could win iZotope Neutron Mixing Console.

Spitfire Audio

Buy download
Once payment is authorised, an e-mail will be sent to you with a link to download this software.

Free Tech Support

Customer Rewards Approved

Sorry. This item is currently unavailable to order.
Spitfire Audio titles will no longer be available from T+S and all other resellers from 1st June

Polyconvolution Synthesizer for epic, cinematic electronic and hybrid compositions


IMPORTANT: It’s with great sadness that we announce Spitfire Audio products will not be available to purchase from Time+Space or any other Spitfire retail partner from June 1st.

Please feel free to take a look at our other manufacturers who also offer fantastic ranges of libraries. We´d recommend Rob Papen Predator 2


Conceived by renowned composer and electronic music pioneer BT (The Fast and The Furious, Monster, Lara Croft: Tomb Raider), we’ve together developed a powerful new device to add a unique timbral expansion to your compositions by unlocking the liquid, morphing and transforming capabilities of convolution.

With an asset base featuring over 20GB of unique hand built BT rhythms, pulses, textures and atmospheres, and a revolutionary polyconvolver engine, you can quickly and easily create molecular loops, patterns and textures to energise your music and hold your audience at the edge of their seats.

Key Features

  • Revolutionary polyconvolution synthesizer, across 3 separate convolvers
  • Contains 2401 unique sounds, created by BT, that can be used both as a source or as an impulse response
  • Over 700 presets showcasing the possibilities of Phobos
  • Plugin that loads directly into any DAW that supports VST / VST3 / AU / AAX.

Watch the walkthrough

Overview

This synthesizer, sound engine and bespoke library package represents years of diligent searching for new awe-inspiring sounds and sound design techniques. If you, like BT, are looking for a new wave of inspiration for your compositions that are evocative, emotional, expressive and truly new, you owe it to yourself to check out Phobos. It is a well of endless inspiration.

One of the greatest solutions Phobos provides is for composers wanting to engage their audiences for extended sequences and cues without things sounding repetitive or ‘loopy’. Phobos allows for an all new real-time interface interaction that allows the user to evolve, warp and transform their molecular patterns according to nuanced changes within a scene.

Background

What is Phobos?

One of Mars’ moons? A synthesizer? A tool for creating massive cinematic and electronic rhythms? An engine for endless spectral combinations of wide, lush pads and ambiences with propulsive rhythmic figures? Is it a sound library of bespoke percussion, beats, micro rhythms, field recordings, live acoustic and orchestral treatments, textures and a massive vintage synthesizer collection? That is just scratching the surface.

At its core, Phobos is a synthesizer based on the unexplored precept of polyconvolution as a synthesis engine. BT came up with this idea many years ago doing sound design. What does that mean exactly? Polyconvolution as a synthesizer? Well, it means instead of using convolution for reverb or modeling an amplifier´s distortion circuit, why not make a “reverb” impulse response tonal?

Combining something rhythmic with something tonal (as an impulse response) yielded some of the most modern, liquid and percolating ambiences and textures BT had ever heard. These are the kinds of sounds he has been searching for whilst scoring; those elusive sounds where the director asks for “movement and a feeling of drive, yet subtly”. That’s not to say that Phobos only excels at subtlety - it can sound massive, driving and aggressive, like an army of monsters in its scope and power.

Key Stats

  • 2422 Samples
  • 22.9 GB Uncompressed .WAV
  • 22.9 GB disk space required
  • 45.8 GB disk space required during install


Format
Go
  • Virtual Instrument
System Requirements
Windows MAC
  •  22.9 GB disk space required
  •  45.8 GB disk space required during install
Also by this supplier
Click here to view more products from Spitfire Audio
Ask a question
The Spitfire Audio license agreement allows this product to be used to produce library or production music.
Home  |  About Us  |  Products  |  Events  |  News  |  Education  |  Testimonials  |  Careers
  • Time + Space | Facebook
  • Time + Space | Twitter
  • Time + Space | SoundCloud
  • Time + Space | YouTube
  • Time + Space | Instagram
Aspin Interactive
Terms & Conditions  |  Security  |  Privacy Statement  |  Contact Us
© Copyright 2017 Time+Space. All rights reserved.