Inear Display has announced availability of Antagone, a dual delay plugin designed to turn incoming sounds into glitchy chaos.

Antagone is a complete rewrite of the now discontinued Bucephal plugin released back in 2012.

While all the audio processing has been rewritten from scratch (and a few features added such as damping filters in the delay feedback paths), Antagone tries to stay close to the original Bucephal effect.

Geared towards sound design, Antagone packs several modulators, various mixing combinations for the delay lines, multiple saturation options for the output signal as well as a flexible randomizer section.

Antagone features

  • 2 delay lines with modulation inputs.
  • Damping of the delay feedback signal.
  • 6 mix modes to combine the outputs of the delay lines.
  • 4 distortion types for the plugin output.
  • 2 envelope follower modulation sources.
  • 2 LFO modulation sources.
  • Optional host clock sync for the LFO rate.
  • Processed signal amplitude control.
  • Dry/wet control.
  • Flexible randomizer section.
  • 14 factory presets.
  • Resizable user interface.
  • Cross-platform presets.

Antagone is available in VST3 and AU plugin formats for Windows and Mac (64-bit only), priced at 19 EUR ex. VAT. Users of Bucephal can request a free crossgrade license for Antagone.

More information: Inear Display