Another Delay Plug-In

Robin Schmidt's Music Engineering Tools release EchoLab      30/06/09

Another Delay Plug-In


Is June 30th annual Delay Day or something? This is the third delay plug-in we have reported on today...
EchoLab is the second commercial product of Robin Schmidt's Music Engineering Tools (rs-met). Here's all the details directly from Robin...
EchoLab is a plug-in for creating a wide variety of delay and echo effects. It provides an arbitrary number of delay lines each of which may have feedback, may be placed independently in the stereo panorama and may be switched into 'ping-pong' mode (which means alternating panorama positions for successive echos). Moreover, each delay line has two filters associated with it - one sitting in its input path, the other one sitting in its feedback path. These filters themselves are made up from a series connection of an arbitrary number of stages and the frequency response of each such stage can be chosen from 8 different characteristics. Given that architecture, EchoLab allows for utmost flexibility in setting up rhythmic, filtered echo-patterns which form an essential ingredient in many styles of electronic music.
Pricing and Availability:
Introductory price is 39 Euro, regular price will be 59 Euro and become effective on 1. Sep. 2009 More information:



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