Audiority has announced an update to the its faithful simulation of the Ursa Major Space Station SST-282, an advanced signal processor using time delay techniques to transform a mono source into a new, stereo output signal.

Version 1.1.1 of the Space Station UM282 vintage digital echo/reverb fixes a bug with the new FBK TRIMMER parameter and input stage overload saturation (introduced in version 1.1 to improve hardware matching).

Unlike other reverberation devices from that era, the Space Station used delay techniques to transform a mono signal into a new reverberated stereo signal.

Where traditional delay units of the past have only one or two taps, the Space Station has many: 8 taps are used for listening and the others are used to synthesize the reverberation. That’s why the Space Station has been the secret weapon of many producers and engineers over the years.

Available in VST/VST3, AU and AAX plugin formats for Windows and Mac, Space Station UM282 is on sale at the Audiority shop and from Plugin Boutique for the intro price of 39 EUR/USD until February 28th, 2022 (regular 65 EUR/USD).