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Audio Vitamins releases Life - Modulating Delay

Audio Vitamins has released Life, the first in their new line of creative audio effects.

Life is a modulating delay, with vibrato and tremolo sections, which can also operate in mid-side mode, all with independent controls for left/mid and right/side channels. With options for creating subtle movement and shimmer to bouncy 'phasey' delays.

For example, Life is designed to take a mono guitar and send it to both left and right, applying small amounts of pitch and amplitude modulations to make them sound uniquely recorded and filling up the mix.


  • Tempo sync'd pitch and amplitude modulation.
  • Stereo and mid/side modes.
  • 100ms short delay.
  • Feedback loop to delay post pitch modulation.
  • Stereo width control.
  • 12db/octave high and low pass filters.

Price: £25 / €30 / $35.


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12 January 2018 at 11:51pmMichael L

The process of getting a Life trial code has too many steps, particularly if the DAW cannot connect with your server via the installed plugin to send a trial code by email to paste back into the plugin, so I must contact you via website to get that code emailed (I declined). Other debs have users register by email when they download a trial-- fewer steps.


13 January 2018 at 1:47pmaudiovitamins

HI Michael,

Thanks for sharing your thoughts, it's nice to hear some opposition to what we have done here. We have set this up this way because users can download the installers direct from other sources, such as the product listing page here on KVR. We use the generated trial codes as part of our anti-piracy efforts. Another factor that led us to following this process is that when I first launched Contra Free, there was a lot of opposition to entering an email address to get the download. I noticed in excess of 60% drop offs. It's tough finding the happy medium that suits everyone.

Can I ask would you have preferred to enter your email address on the site via a small form before getting the download links and at that point generate the trial code?


14 January 2018 at 7:09amMichael L

Yes, I would be one of the 40% who would prefer the download + code together. If you are going to ask for an email and create that threshold, perhaps it's best to get it out of the way rather than add a step that depends on other software. (BTW, some developers have a link from kvr to their website.) I realize it's tricky to find a balance (and reducing piracy is essential to keep prices down), but I just wanted to share my experience with the current system. Great plugin idea, too. (Haven't tried it yet, but getting a trial code would probably take less time than replying to this post!)


14 January 2018 at 9:23amaudiovitamins

I think I'll try it again, with the emailing of trial code at the point of download, doesn't hurt to give things another go and remove the direct link fro here and the other places, leaving just the link to the site.

Also thanks for the complement on the idea.

14 January 2018 at 11:05amMichael L

...and perhaps clarify the anti-piracy reason for the email; most of us are worried we will receive eternal spam (we are haunted by the ghost of izotope)

15 January 2018 at 12:24pmaudiovitamins

We have now changed the process so that a user can obtain a trial code on download. Michael thanks for your thoughts and support here. Can i ask you to take a look at the new process on the website and see if this is what you find a better method - https://www.audiovitamins.com/life.

15 January 2018 at 1:16pmMichael L

I think that approach is a breath of fresh air. It was very straightforward to download a trial.


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