whats a good VST Delay??

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  1. Scoobydooby

    Scoobydooby New Member

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    Hey All.. just a quick question.

    Wanting to find out your preferences on a good VST Delay.
    I have a couple that I've used, an older one from Ohmboys, and a waves one.. but I don't really like them too much.

    Are there any better strictly Delay VSTs out there that I can insert or send to?
     
  2. exytage

    exytage EXYTAGE

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    I like Nomad Factory BT Tempo Delay DL3D
     
  3. logikz

    logikz I Am Not The King Staff Member

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    analogic delay or bionic delay are the awesomest, downloadable for free from interruptor
     
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    Audio Damage :: DubStation is BIG!!
    If u using PC? If not all about Logic Tape delay
     
  5. logikz

    logikz I Am Not The King Staff Member

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    AHA! the analogic delay is a PC re-creation of the logic tape delay
     
  6. MARLZTAH

    MARLZTAH ++DuB PrOFesSoR++

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    yeah dubstation is heavy!!!

    soundfonts.it gs-201 tape echo is sick too

    oh and so are those free ones logikz mentioned.... ugly as fuck but you can get some bad boy dub echo out of them!!

    the trick to dub echoes is the ride the feedback, and eq the delay line :teeth:

    oh one more thing, theres a free tape delay called elotronnix xl thats wort mentioning, google it
     
  7. Scoobydooby

    Scoobydooby New Member

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    amazing.. thank you all for the feedback!
     
  8. MARLZTAH

    MARLZTAH ++DuB PrOFesSoR++

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    another one worth mentioning is Kjaerhus Audio's Classic Delay... you can get it free at their site
     
  9. justin burton

    justin burton Hollyoaks Bad Bwoy

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    yeah agree fully and as someone else said if you have twenty quid spare buy the audio damage 'Dubstation'

    My mate has it the feedback trails are immense and doesnt just sound like the audio being repeated either
     
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    MARLZTAH ++DuB PrOFesSoR++

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    yeah degrading delay signals are heavy, the gs-201 is good for that.... you can select from 3 different types of tape emulation for the delay... each has thier own way of degrading

    delays are by far my fave effect, i have loads of fun with them!!