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Sender Spike releases free Echobox D7 (Win/VST2)

Sender Spike

Sender Spike has announced the release of Echobox D7 for Windows 32-bit and 64-bit platforms in VST2 format.

Echobox D7 is a loose model of the echo mode of an inexpensive (and now discontinued) guitar stomp-box which itself was a digital remake of an acclaimed tape echo, and whose trademark sound is best described as Lo-Fi.


  • Delay time ranging from 30 to 2600 ms, split into three practical ranges (30-160, 1220-650, 480-2600 ms).
  • Feedback that can be pushed into (self-) oscillation.
  • Delayed sound is mixed on top of the unchanged dry signal (not wet/dry).
  • "True" bypass that clears the echoes in buffer (no "trailing" echoes after return from bypass).
  • Manual BPM sync.

Price: Free.



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