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Any decent computer after 2005 will do just fine.
Even since Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) was launched in 1990 I've always liked its onboard delay effect. This plugin tries to mimic that delay effect. There is a slight difference between the original and my replica: Instead of a FIR / IIR filter it uses a regular state variable filter. The reason why I chose a SV filter over FIR / IIR is because I have no knowledge how to program such filters myself.
The main goal for the development of JBM SPaCer was to give me access to the delay effect in my music. And it seams to be one of the more popular plugins by me judging for the requests to republish the link. Well people I've done it. I hope you like it.
Reviewed By thealienhand
November 30, 2015
I was looking for a delay plugin that would give a similar effect to the Zombies Ate My Neighbours SNES soundtrack, because I love the atmosphere of that game, and this is a perfect (as far as my ears are concerned) replication. Very simple and easy to use. Lots of fun automating the delay time, you can get some really spacey effects with this. Thanks a million JoBro.Read more