Retro Delay v. Retro Delay is a flexible all round delay effect in VST format. It has the character and sound of a vintage delay unit but features many modern options.
Is there an echo in here? If you happen to be sitting in a recording studio, chances are there is indeed an echo or two sitting in the rack or on the hard drive. By far the most common function of the delay effect - echoes - make an appearance on just about any mix you can name.
The Vintage Tape module brings the distinctive richness and feel of tape saturation to your modern digital recordings with all the frequency coloration, distortion, and phase effects of tape. Take advantage of analog tone for masters that sound more musical with added dimension, fatness, and depth. And now with Ozone 8 Advanced, you get even more flexibility with the new 7.
Everyone loves the sound of a vintage electric piano. But some of the allure of classic keys comes from tape and tube saturation or even the crackle and pop of your record player. When producers sample those older tracks, that old grit can help make their keys come to life.
The ZA8 Dual-Delay plugin is windows only the moment, it is more cpu friendly than the Dub Delay and acts pretty much in the same way. The cut-off of all filters can be modulated by the LFO. The bottom left controls set the level of all channels.
PrimalTap is an emulation and re-imagining of the unique sound and features of the Prime Time delay, a classic digital delay with some powerful performance and sound design capabilities. Like the original hardware, PrimalTap is a hybrid of digital and analog sound—it packs a surprising amount of grit, vibe, and character for a digital delay. In PrimalTap, the Multiply control doubles the delay time and halves the sample rate with each turn of the rotary switch.
Reason is easy to get started with, yet as deep as you want it to be. Create, compose, mix and finish your music — Reason will help you along the journey, from inspiration to mixdown. Find sounds and instruments in the browserdrag the ones you want to the rackcompose in the sequencerand bring it all together in the mixer.
Simple control of stereo panorama. Simple control of panning a mono sound to stereo. Warning can produce loud noise!
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