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PSP Echo

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Tape Delay Plugin by PSPaudioware
PSP Echo
PSP Echo by PSPaudioware is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for macOS and Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin, an Audio Units Plugin, an RTAS Plugin and an AAX Plugin.
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1.0.1
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1.0.1
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PSP Echo's unusual features make it ideal for all kinds of creative uses from simple slap back and sustain effects through ping-pong delays and spacious echoes. Use the delay sliders to add special tape echo effects for even more unique effects. The tape wow control and built in ducker further extend the creative potential of PSP Echo.Internally, the Echo is like a combination of four mono tape delays—two for the initial ping-pong pre-delay and two for the main stereo echo. PSP Echo includes a set of factory presets that cover a wide range of this plug-in's settings.

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Average user rating of 5.00 from 1 review

PSP Echo
Reviewed By vicshere
September 2, 2012

I knew this would be good, as I have two other PSP delays and both are excellent and are used a lot.

This one, I think, may be the best of the lot for many kinds of music.

Ducking isn't something you find in many delays, and is very handy, the quality of the sound is right up with PSP's normal high standards, and this sounds great with guitars, pianos and vocals.

Tons of potential for tweaking and getting just the effect you want - I don't think there are many great WEM Copicat-style dealys out there, but this does the trick.

Another excellent product from this very clever Polish company.

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