Inear Display updates Incipit delay plugin to v1.2

Inear Display has released version 1.2 of Incipit, the creative delay toolbox for Windows and Mac.

Inear Display Incipit 1.2

Version 1.2 extends the sonic possibilities of Incipit by adding the option to route the effect chains in several serial and parallel configurations. Chains 2 and 3 can be configured to either act as they did in the previous versions (layered on top of the preceding chains) or to use the output of the preceding chain as their input. This is especially useful to create more complex resonance effects.

The delay effects now have the option to operate in Ping-Pong mode, and the global amplitude of the processed signal can now be independently adjusted.
To showcase these features, Incipit 1.2 brings 10 new presets that can be found in the v1_2 category.

Changes in Incipit v1.2

  • New: Ping-Pong mode for the delays.
  • New: the effect chains can now be put in serial configuration.
  • New: processed signal output amplitude control.
  • New: 10 new presets to showcase the new features.
  • Modified: now avoiding level jumps when switching between presets.
  • Fixed: bugs when using the VST version in Ableton Live on OS X.
  • Fixed: UI glitches when opening 2 instances of the plugin and closing the second one.
  • Fixed: MIDI program change bug.
  • Fixed: preset files saved without extension on Windows.

Incipit for Windows and Mac (VST/AU) costs 39 EUR + VAT.

More information: Inear Display / Incipit

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  • Updated to v1.2.1:
    – fixed : MIDI map bugs
    – fixed : the internal buffers are no longer flushed after saving a preset

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