Lese has announced the release of a new audio plugin designed to create unique delays.

Featuring a reorderable multi-effect system, Recurse is a recursive processing audio plugin that applies effects to the incoming audio multiple times.

Inspired by musical acts such as The Caretaker, Tim Hecker and William Basinski, Recurse features a “Degradation” processing unit where multiple smaller effects work together to simulate various forms of degradation caused by physical phenomena. Tape wow/flutter, vinyl aging, transparent coloration and a bit of dust work to give your sound a vintage feel.

Recurse features

  • Reorderable effect chain.
  • Reverb processor with adjustable diffusion network.
  • Degradation processor featuring warping, coloration, aging, cutout, and dust effects.
  • Degrade Coloration uses an “invert-add” system where distortion harmonics can be added without increasing volume.
  • High-quality multi-band EQ.
  • Tape-loop delay effect with realistic responses.
  • Vectorized, resizable interface.

Priced $45 USD, Recurse is available for Windows and Mac in VST3 and AU plugin formats.

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