HoRNet Plug-Ins has launched HoRNet DeeLay, a vintage digital dub delay effect plug-in for Windows and Mac.
The vintage button gives the HoRNet DeeLay that typical early 90s sound where digital was still imperfect and with a character of its own.
The DeeLay can make endless feedback loops and changing the delay time changes the pitch of the buffer creating funny and interesting noises, the time parameter can be modulated with an LFO allowing the creation of futuristic wobbling sounds.
Since the delay is digital it has all the robotic artifacts of modulated digital delays instead of the smooth action of an analog emulated delay.
Try it on vocals, guitars or anything that needs space, the HoRNet DeeLay will surprise you with it’s spacey yet focused sound.
HoRNet DeeLay features
- Delay time up to 5000ms.
- Sync mode from 1/16th to 1bar.
- Capable of endless delay generation.
- LFO from 0.1Hz to 10Hz.
- Time modulation.
- Vintage mode with 12bit ADC emulation.
- Mac OS X (>=10.5 intel only) and Windows support.
- 64bit compatibility both on Mac and Windows.
- Audio Units VST2.4, VST3 and RTAS format.
HoRNet DeeLay is available for purchase for 7.99 EUR.
More information: HoRNet Plug-Ins / HoRNet DeeLay
Sinevibes has announced the release of Octagon, a spectral delay effect plug-in for Mac.
Octagon splits the audio into eight frequency bands, each having its own dedicated delay line.
Delay time, feedback, pan, playback direction and other parameters can be set individually per band, allowing to selectively apply delay effects onto different parts of the sound spectrum.
For even more animation, Octagon has three tempo-synchronised modulators with a myriad of waveforms and modulation destinations.
- Eight tempo-synchronised delay lines with normal and reverse playback.
- Eight resonant band-pass filters at -12 or -24 dB/octave.
- Three tempo-synchronised modulators with 8 waveforms, adjustable chaos, 24 total modulation destinations.
Octagon for Mac (AU) is available for $39 USD.
Sinevibes has also launched a special sale to celebrate its 16th plugin release.
For 16 days (10th to 26th April), all of Sinevibes products are available with a 16% discount. The complete collection of Sinevibes plugins is available for $200 (full price: $239).
More information: Sinevibes / Octagon
Saltline has released version 1.0.2 of its Liść-delay, a simple delay line effect that features pre and post effect filters.
The dry signal can be passed through the pre effect filter before the output and/or before the effect section. The effect section consists of 3 delays with there own dedicated filters, left, centre (left+right) and right. This setup can create a range of sounds from subtle spatial effects to twisted glitching when automating delay rate and filter cutoff together.
Changes in Liść-delay v1.0.2
- New user interface.
- Input filter LFO.
- Delay offset (sync/free).
- Effect bypass.
- Simple preset manager.
- Larger preset bank. (Check the preset page and Lisc-verb’s info page for more details).
- View option changes waveform text to symbols.
The plug-in is a free download for Windows (VST).
More information: Saltline / Liść-delay
Sinevibes has updated its Multitude delay and Cluster animated filter effect plug-ins for Mac.
Multitude uses gate sequencers to control sends into four individual delay lines – allowing you to activate them at precise moments in time.
Changes in Multitude v1.0.5
- Five new modulator waveforms: pulse, trapezoid, notch, 3x and 4x staircase.
- Reduced overall processor load by up to 25%.
- Fixed Retina display resolution support.
- Fixed delay units not working with fractional tempo values (e.g. 120.75 BPM).
- Minor changes to user interface text labels.
- Minor improvements to parameter automation interface.
Changes in Cluster v1.1.0 features
- Redesigned graphical interface with cleaner appearance and many usability enhancements.
- New “crossfade time” slider to adjust switch smoothness between filter types.
- Added compatibility flag for sandboxed hosts.
- Enhanced user manual.
The Multitude and Cluster plugins for Mac (AU) are available to purchase for $59 USD and $29 USD, respectively.
More information: Sinevibes
The Interruptor has announced the release of Bionic Supa Delay, a free delay effect plug-in for Windows.
This is an improved version of the popular “Bionic Delay” which is in use in many studios since over a decade.
The new version was developed in a joint effort with Dub producer Russ D (The Disciples) who proposed to include additional features which are helpful for live Dub mixes.
Bionic Supa Delay features
- Tape delay section:
- high and low frequency roll-off.
- tape wow and flutter.
- smooth parameter for continuous delay time changes.
- freeze function.
- x2 button, doubles the delay time.
- delay time is syncronized with host tempo.
- set any delay time between tripplet and doted note timing.
- set different delay times in left and right channel.
- Stereo section:
- balance control pans the effect left and right.
- stereo width control.
- ping pong delay switch.
- delays drifting from the center to the left or to the right.
- auto panner.
- Filter section:
- 12 filter types.
- LFO to modulate cutoff frequency (host synchronized).
- flexible routing: before or after the delay.
- Pitch shift section:
- 5 algorithms.
- can be used also for chorus effect.
- flexible routing: before or after the delay.
- Reverb section:
- 2 reverbs A, B with different characters can be mixed.
- flexible routing: before or after the delay.
- Each section can be disabled. Using the flexible routing options many different effects chains can be achieved. Examples:
- Send Reverb into Filter with LFO modulation.
- Pitch shifter inside the delay feedback loop for continuous shifts with each delay repetition.
- Signal flow diagram: shows the currently selected routing of the different sections.
- Pop-up hints help to understand the function of each control on the user interface. These appear when the mouse rests over a control.
- MIDI learn: Each control can be automated via MIDI controllers.
Supa Bionic Delay is available to download as a free VST effect plug-in for Windows. Donations are appreciated.
More information: The Interruptor / Bionic Supa Delay
SoundToys has launched a Little PrimalTap contest, a chance to get a free copy of the Little PrimalTap vintage digital delay plug-in.
Inspired by the classic Prime Time*, Little PrimalTap captures the highly distinctive sonic imprint of this quirky, and well-loved vintage digital delay in a totally free-zy little plug-in. But you have to act now. Offer ends March 28th 2014.
AND you also have a chance to win more cool stuff by giving the free plug-in to your friends. You might even win the grand prize: “Plugged-In”, free SoundToys for Life.
Entrants to the contest need a valid “Sharing Code”, which were handed out to attendees of “Plugged-In”, the 2014 SoundToys SXSW party. The deadline for entering the contest is March 28th, 2014.
More information: SoundToys / Little PrimalTap
Jiggery-Pokery has launched Chenille, a bucket-brigade delay chorus ensemble Rack Extension effect for Reason.
Chenille BBD Chorus Ensemble is the ultimate studio-quality vintage chorus device for Reason. It invokes the classic, non-sweeping sounds of the analogue Bucket Brigade Device (BBD) circuits.
Chenille offers a wealth of deep, rich ensemble effects. With an original and exclusive algorithmic implementation it emulates the classic BBD string ensemble and chorus circuits of the 1970s and 80s, including those found in many classic products, including the CE-1 pedal and Dimension D rack unit, the 310U ensemble, and the Synthex and Juno synthesizers. This modular chorus system finally gives you the long sought-after subtle, movement-free chorus and gentle audio enrichment.
Whether you are a guitarist or vocalist, or like your synths sounding big, Chenille BBD Chorus Ensemble provides the recipe to the producers’ secret sauce, the classic effect that’s behind forty years of hit records.
Chenille for Reason is available to purchase for 49 EUR.
More information: Jiggery-Pokery / Chenille
Sinevibes has announced a sale for its Multitude quad delay Audio Unit plug-in for Mac (AU).
A conventional delay constantly processes and echoes all of the audio on the input. Multitude uses gate sequencers to control sends into four individual delay lines – allowing you to activate them at precise moments in time, such as only on particular notes, chords, or hits.
Multitude is available as an Audio Unit plug-in and comes in 32/64 bit format for Intel Macs running OS X 10.6 or later.
- Four independent delay units with forward and reverse playback modes.
- Five gate sequencer tracks for dry input signal and four delay sends, eight separate sequences storable per preset.
- Eight simultaneous effect processors per delay unit: frequency shifter, sample rate and bit depth reducers, circuit bender, noise, multi-mode filter, saturation, and flanger. Effects can be placed before, after, or inside each delay’s feedback loop.
- Two separate low-frequency oscillators per delay unit, each with 16 modulation destinations, multiple waveforms, and adjustable chaos feature.
Until 15th March, the plug-in is available for a special price of $39 USD (regular $59 USD). 100% of the revenue from this sale will be donated to the victims of the democratic revolution in Ukraine, to support the recovery of wounded activists and protesters, and to support the wives and children of those who lost their lives.
More information: Sinevibes /