The new Zen Delay is the first music hardware FX unit ever produced by an electronic label. It offers the best of analog and digital with stereo dub delay. It's at home in the studio or in a live rig.
Bring tactile control of your delay and reverb effects to your production setup with this new, flexible desktop processor from Audiothingies.
This new delay plug-in is available for just $29 as an introductory offer during July 2019. Here's how to get it.
Inspired by classic 1980s delays, this new hardware unit from Eowave uses vintage DAC technology to bring organic and creative textures to your sounds. Read on to find out more,
With a full automatic looping engine, digital and traditional tape loop modes and much more, this could be the only looper you ever need. Here's the details.
Delay and modulation effects are a staple of almost any production, even if they might not seems so at first. Here are five essential delay and mod plugs you can try today.
Repeater isn't your average delay plugin. I'll say it again. Repeater isn't your average delay plugin! D16 & Slate Digital's new plug-in collaboration can emulate virtually any classic delay unit.
If you want to transform a mono recording into a convincing stereo track or widen the stereo image of an existing stereo track on iOS or in your AU/VST supporting DAW then check out Klevgrand Haaze.
We've partnered with the good folks at Audified to bring you their 2nd generation summing tube processing Delay plugin for free! Yes, FREE as in "Happy Birthday". (It's normally $49!)
Does UVI's new Relayer delay plug-in make delay effects interesting and creative again? Matt Vanacoro taps away to find out just how good this "shapeable" delay effect can be.
Welcome to part 1 in this series on music production techniques. You could think of these as essential audio concepts every self-respecting producer should know! Let's start with Delay & Echo.
Too much choice can be a bad thing... or can it? Joe Albano walks us through Logic Pro X's delay plug-ins and demonstrates which are best suited for different effects.
Most times you'll record instruments in mono to a single channel, but sometimes you may want to beef these up in the mix and create stereo versions. Here's how, in Logic Pro X.
What's better than using one UA emulation of Roland's infamous Space Echo units on a track? Two, of course! Rich Tozzoli takes you through some tips and tricks for Universal Audio's RE-201.
I have been a huge fan of the OhmBoyz delay plug-in since the moment it was released. Although it's now been around for years it's still a staple in my daily studio diet. It has the uncanny ability of