Dubstation Next Stop

Audio Damage update their Dubstation for Windows and OSX      24/04/07

Dubstation Next Stop


Audio Damage tell us that they have updated Dubstation, their plug-in modelled on the 'bucket-brigade' style of vintage delay units, to version 1.2 on both Windows and OSX. Here are the changes:
  • Dubstation now works at all sampling rates, up to 192kHz. There was a problem with RAM allocation that made long delay times at higher sampling rates work oddly. This has been fixed, and Dubstation now works (and sounds) exactly the same at any sampling rate.
  • Automation bugs with AudioUnits fixed. Users of Logic and Digital Performer were experiencing some troubles with automation. This has all been addressed, and AU automation should be fully operational now.
  • On OSX machines, some users would experience trouble with the installation, where the installer wouldn't put the plugins in the correct location. This has been fixed.
Dubstation Features:
  • 4ms to 2000ms delay time.
  • Accurate delay model that changes the pitch of the signal when the time is changed.
  • Sync-to-host capable
  • Full MIDI learn mode, for MIDI CC control of every control (VST only; handled by host in AU version)
  • Loop and reverse features
  • Low-cut filter controllable for extra dubby feedback
Dubstation VST is now at version 1.2, and Dubstation AU is now at version 1.2.1. Pricing and Availability:
Dubstation costs $39.00
Audio Damgae say that users can log in to their account in the Audio Damage store, view the pertinent transaction, and re-download the installer. This will give them the latest versions and the update will not affect existing projects. More information:



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