Inear Display has introduced a new dual band delay plugin that aims to facilitate the creation of otherworldly echoes and resonances.

Interstice splits the input signal into low and high frequencies using a resonant filter to add extra harmonics to the sound, after which each band goes through a delay with a complex feedback path consisting of a diffusion network and a damping filter. A pitch-shifter can optionally process the signal pre or post delay to create complex overtones, while a drift modulator can also impact key parameters of the circuit.

Interstice was designed with dense and psychedelic ambient sounds in mind, to turn a simple synthesizer note or a short sample into a cascade of esoteric tones, but it also shines as a resonator on top of more rhythmically complex signals. Its apparent simplicity and straightforward workflow hides an extensive palette of creative possibilities, as demonstrated by the factory presets that include a bank specially crafted by acclaimed sound designer Ivo Ivanov. Last but not least, more surprising results are just a click away with the built-in parameter randomizer.

Available in VST3 and AU formats for Windows and Mac, the plugin is on sale for the intro price of 15 EUR until November 20th, 2022 (regular 29 EUR). Prices ex. VAT where applicable.

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