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OverDubber

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Delay / Echo Plugin by KlangLabs
No Longer Available
OverDubber
OverDubber by KlangLabs is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin.
Product
Version
1.75
System Requirements
Native 32-bit Host (works with jBridge on 64-bit hosts)
Effect
Formats
Copy Protection
None
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Overall: 7488   6909

30-Day: 7398; 7-Day: 6209; Yesterday: 3450

Features:

  • Two tap delay.
  • BPM based times, with dotted time button.
  • Big knobs.
  • "Explode" Trigger to do controlled feedback loops in one click.
  • MIDI Learn.
  • Panic button.
  • Pitch-Mod (simulation of tape speed fluctuations).

What's new in 1.75:

  • Unused (useless) invisible parameters have been removed.
  • Fixed bug related to internal "QuickSine.sep" that caused a crash in Reaper and could potentially crash on other hosts.
  • Slight (very small) CPU improvement after the fix. OverDubber is a stereo delay focused towards Dub/Trippy delay tails.
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Latest User Reviews

Average user rating of 3.00 from 1 review

Reviewed By Malek
November 23, 2006

This Plugin gives you a nice and sweet delay, especially for raggy and dancehall music.
It comes with a lot of handy presets and is very easy and comfortable to use.
Especially the Tape function, which is midi controllable, can create some very nice effects.

Above that it comes with several filter functions.
- high Pass
- low Pass
- band pass
- BR (dunno what that means)

Plus, what I personally think is very good, you have a built in limiter.
thus your sound can not explode.
Except you want it to.
Therefore you also have an "explode" function.

If that wouldn't be enough all your parameters can be controlled by an internal LFO.


So let's take a look at the cons:

First of all it has a very high use of CPU capacity.
Maybe it's just on my computer, dunno.

Second: It still has some bugs. After a while it starts to sound, some kind of white noise rises up from nowhere.
Even when you do not have any sound source at all.

Third: Another bug is that it does not only delay the sound I want to be delayed but also my stop function :D
It happend that I had to wait for 30 seconds until my track stopped.
It also happend, with more than 3 Plugs opened, that it didn't stopped until I rebooted my system.
Very very sad.

I really hope they will fix this bug

So right now I always bounce out the tunes after I used it. A little bit complicated but still, I think the sound is worth it


Well, try ityourself, its for free :D


Can not say anything about customer support ot documentation, didn't need it yet.Read Review

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