Bucket Brigade Analog Delay Emulated

Bucket-500 recreates the sound while adding modern features      22/02/18

Bucket Brigade Analog Delay Emulated

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Fuse Audio Labs tells us that the Bucket-500 is an authentic emulation of a bucket brigade (BBD) based analog delay circuit with some convenient features added in the digital domain.

A spokesperson said, "The Bucket-500 is an authentic emulation of a bucket brigade (BBD) based analog delay circuit. We added some convenient features in the digital domain including a tilt filter in the feed­back path, a stereo cross-feed option and an optional delay clock LFO to al­low for flanging effects. We also extended the original delay time range and included a host tempo sync facil­ity. The idea behind the Bucket-500 plugin was to bring you a simple to use processor that still offers enough versatility to create a wide range of vin­tage style sounds. We also tried to stay true to the original cir­cuit, so the BL-3208 delay chip, the SA-571 based compandor system as well as the anti-aliasing and reconstruc­tion filters have been faithfully modeled."

Available in VST, VST3, AAX Native, AudioUnits for Mac OS and Windows in 32 and 64 bits.

Pricing and Availability:
On sale for $29 until February 28th (regular price: $49)

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