Stereo Multitap Delay For Mac And Windows

Audiority Deleight is based on late '90s hardware digital delays      02/06/17

Buying Choices

Audiority describes Deleight as a stereo multi tap delay processor based on late '90s digital delays hardware processors. They say that Deleight can deliver multiple delay-based effects, ranging from simple echoes to multi-voice choruses, flangers, doublers, early reverbs and more. You can also enable Loop mode to set Deleight as a looper device, with Speed and Reverse controls, to create special effects and textures.

Features:

  • Stereo Multi Tap Delay (4+4 Taps)
  • Delay Buffer of 5 seconds
  • 7 Time Ranges
  • Tempo Sync
  • Left, Right and Feedback channels
  • Normal and Cross channel feedback modes
  • LFO with 11 waveforms
  • Channel Linking
  • Loop Mode (with Speed and Reverse controls)
  • Resizeable User Interface
  • Inline User Manual


Pricing and Availability:
€29.00

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