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The delay is one of the most fundamental effects used in audio production, as it can add depth, space, excitement, and vibe to your mixes. Over the past fifty years there have been many different kinds of delays, from oil cans and tape machines to digital units, and each one has its own unique character and sound. So when it came time to create a delay plugin, we knew which delay unit we needed to model: ALL OF THEM!
Repeater Delay features 23 authentic emulations of classic delay machines ranging from classic oil cans and tape machines to vintage digital designs – it’s packed with sounds and new features that will add depth to your mixes, and it comes with a user interface that’s immediately easy to understand and tweak.
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Repeater’s 23 delay models offer you a versatile delay palette, as well as some amazing special effects like authentic pitch, telephone, and vintage tape tones. Whether you want a bold echo, a subtle wide space or a classic tape slapback, Repeater Delay has you covered. You’ll be able to find the right delay for the right situation, every time.
Repeater’s SPREAD option can help you easily create wide stereo delays with the touch of a button. Just choose your delay note or ms value, and then SPREAD can automatically deviate the delay lines by either 10ms or 20ms, as well as automatically panning the delays left and right. SPREAD can help you utilize Repeater’s delay tones to make complex soundscapes.
Repeater Delay makes it easy to move your delay repeats forward or bury them in the mix using the Color control, which can act like an upper-midrange filter. You can customize your delay with hi and low pass filters, and the plugin also utilizes an input saturation section before the delay engine, so a wide variety of warm saturations is easy to achieve.
Engaging the Analog button sends all of the repeats back through analog-modeled circuitry to further enhance the gradual dimming and degrading of the sound as the decays die off. The Analog button makes the delay tones “melt” into the mix, and it sounds incredible on vocals and guitars!