Gary Goldfinch releases danDelion v1.0

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Gary Goldfinch danDelion

Gary Goldfinch has released danDelion, a multi-tap delay VST effect plug-in, designed for simplicity of use.

How does it work?

  1. Adjust the delay time and tap level by grabbing the top of the stalk/bottom half of the head and dragging it around.
  2. Adjust the taps pan position by left-click dragging the top half of the dandelions head (pan indicated by the little bug).
  3. Delay times can be sync’ed to host tempo or be freely adjustable (two ranges, up to a second or up to four seconds)
  4. Click the ‘filters’ button to access a low or high pass filter for each tap.

Dandelion is available for Windows PC. Bug reports are appreciated, especially with regards to it’s use in Cubase.

You can download the latest version of danDelion here.


Gary Goldfinch updates Bini to v1.1

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Gary Goldfinch Bini

Gary Goldfinch has released version 1.1 of Bini, a freeware noise/feedback/effect generator plug-in for Windows PC.

Bini takes a simple tone or noise burst and feeds it through dual modulatable delays and a resonant bandpass filter to create an array of sounds; from harsh, shrieking feedback to subdued modulating soundscapes.

Changes in Bini v1.1

  • Changed wave and filter selectors to push buttons.
  • Compiled with latest Synthmaker (should be more efficient/faster loading).
  • Tweaks to the engine.

Visit Gary Goldfinch for more information.