Note: this post is from 2009, outbound links may be broken.
VirSyn releases FDELAY
VirSyn has released FDELAY, a multi-band delay effect for Windows and Mac.
The multi-band delay machine FDELAY is an exciting tool for sound design and loop manipulation in realtime. In contrast to the delay machines you’re used to FDELAY splits the frequency spectrum of the input signal into 27 bands and applies a separate delay unit to each band. The delay times can be synchronized to the host tempo generating nearly infinite rhythmical and sonic variations of the input signal.
For each of the delay bands you can specify the delay time, the level and the feedback amount separately. These parameter changes can even be automized in realtime for glitch free rhythmical morphings.
A few high level parameters let you change the delay times and feedbacks of all delays with the turn of a single knob
- 27 band realtime multiband delay.
- Frequency dependant level, delay time and feedback.
- Linear phase precision filters for maximal transparency.
- Tempo syncable delay times up to 6 seconds.
- Meta parameter for quick access to rhythm variations.
- Minimized latency (12 ms).
From now till March, 31st, 2009, FDELAY is available for an introductory price of 99 EUR (normal price 169 EUR). If you purchase or upgrade to Take Five FX (BARK, MATRIX, REFLECT, TDESIGN and VTAPE) before March 31st, 2009 you get a free copy of FDELAY.
Visit VirSyn for more information and audio demos.