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AnalogicDelay has an average user rating of 4.00 from 1 review

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Reviewed By [read all by] on January 5th, 2006
Version reviewed: 1.0 on Windows
I can't believe that nobody has ever reviewed this! This is simply an amazing delay box. For anybody not using Logic but making dance music - you should have this plugin. Its very easy to work with, and its definatly one of the best sounding delays in terms of its filters and its special magic as the signal decays. Features wise it has everything you might want, although tempo/time controls would have been a nice addition, as it stands you can only delay by the four set note timings and you can choose between normal notes, or their appropriate diminished and extended versions - just would be nice to delay by say 8bars. It does automate wonderfully though, and that is proberbly the most important thing about it, I'm sure that anybody reading this will understand why... I don't rate the presets, but then thats my opinion so don't take it to heart. Its so easy t work with thought that I'm sure you'll make your own sounds with it anyway.
Customer support, I'm not sure, but they still develop their plugs so I'm sure they'd be helpful. VFM? Its free, how much cheaper do you want it?

Only issues I have is that firstly it really could do with a KILL button, as it tends to slowly creep up in volume if you have been using it, then go to a section of the project where the feedback on the plugin is higher than about halfway, although it can be shut-up with either the power button in the host or a track mute. Also the feedback control doesn't work as it should, it seems to be set to either 'short' or 'infinity' although it should be a sliding scale...

Putting them aside though (and they don't really hinder its performance) it is a great plug. If you want to have perfectly timed tempo delays that are serval bars long, or have precise control over when the delay ends this is proberbly not for you, but if you want a booming, evolving filtered delay that goes on forever with amazing morphing capabilities then it is. You choose...

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