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Adam Monroe's Delay

Adam Monroe's Delay
Adam Monroe's Delay by Adam Monroe Music is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for macOS and Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin, an Audio Units Plugin and an AAX Plugin.
Windows 7/8/10
OS X 10.9-11.0
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Stereo plugin, works best at 44.1 kHz but supports up to 192 kHz samplerate.
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Adam Monroe's Delay is a free delay VST AU and AAX plugin fro Windows and OS X. Adam Monroe's delay includes traditional delay parameters like time and feedback, as well as high/low-pass filtering and synchronized ping-pong panning.

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Average user rating of 5.00 from 1 review
Adam Monroe's Delay

Reviewed By Mauvehead [all]
November 16th, 2018
Version reviewed: 1.0 on Mac

I really love this little plugin. I have hundreds of Delay and Echo plugins (Waves, Eventide, Soundtoys, IK, Slate, etc...it's a thoroughly long list) and this little guy just ticks certain boxes for me in a way that others don't. I have a growing fascination with shorter delays and this plugin seems to do those very well. It's simple and intuitive. Nothing remarkable about this plugin other than I just like the sound of it for short echoes. It reminds me of some older digital rack units that I (regrettably) no longer have. This plugin does not have a tempo sync or tap tempo but that is part of its charm. It's got an old school what-you-see/hear-is-what-you-get-ness that is attractive to me and I will be gravitating to it for all things short echo.

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