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Imperial Delay

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Delay Plugin by Boz Digital Labs
Imperial Delay
Imperial Delay
Imperial Delay by Boz Digital Labs is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for macOS and Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin, an Audio Units Plugin, a VST 3 Plugin, an RTAS Plugin and an AAX Plugin.
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1.0.3
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1.0.3
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Imperial Delay was designed from the beginning with two goals: Be powerful, and be easy to use. As it turns out, those two requirements tend to be at odds with each other. Imperial delay gives you quick adjustment controls, as well as the ability to dive in and control the advanced settings if you so choose.

Imperial delay puts a variety of effects inside the feedback loop, including:

  • Pitch Shifting.
  • Color.
  • Smear.
  • Modulation.
  • Ducking.

It uses its own proprietary preset format to save global and effect specific presets, and share those presets between operating systems and DAWs.

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Discussion: Active
kuzami
kuzami
3 November 2014 at 7:59pm

Did a review of this one here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rPqgTJXIz1k Enjoy! :)

Julion
Julion
13 November 2014 at 7:39pm

I don't mean to be rude, but the price tag is completely unjustified. $299 for a delay suggests that it's meant for experienced producers who demand quality. Playing with the demo I thought it was a very nice and functional piece of software, but I found nothing that would make me even consider paying the $59 intro price. By no means did it sound bad nor was it buggy, but I thought it offered nothing new. The thing about delays are that they are just flexible signal repeaters. If you chain your favorite built-in or freeware delay, distortion, chorus and filters, you'd be close to what this product is capable of. Then again if you're looking for more complicated signal processing in a single plug-in, there are waay more interesting options out there for less money.

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