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SevenDelay

SevenDelay
SevenDelay by Uhhyou is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for macOS, Windows and Linux. It functions as a VST 3 Plugin.
Product
Version
0.1.23
Product
Version
0.1.23
Product
Version
0.1.23
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Copy Protection
None
Open Source
GPL 3
Important Note
When the value of Smooth is near zero and change the value of Allpass Cut too fast, SevenDelay may output very loud click noise. This is caused by the filter which becomes unstable when cutoff frequency moves too fast. Recommendation is not to set Smooth parameter too low unless you have some specific purpose. When the value of Time is set to minimum and the value of Feedback is set to maximum, SevenDelay outputs direct current (DC). To remove DC, Set DC Kill to be greater than 1.0.
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Notes

  • macOS build is experimental.
  • Linux build only works on Ubuntu 20.04. Build instruction is available for other distributions.

Information

Introduction

SevenDelay is a stereo delay using 7th order Lagurange interpolated fractional delay. Also 7 times oversampled. Suitable for making sound with actively changing delay time by hand or DAW automation:

  • 0.1 ms to 8 s delay time. Parameters are tuned towards short delay.
  • All parameters are smoothed.
  • Parameter smoothing can be controlled by user.
  • Continuous change between normal, inverse, ping-pong and other panning.
  • High-pass and all-pass filter for feedback.
  • Negative feedback.
  • Tempo sync for [1, 1.5, 2, 2.5, ..., 7.5, 8]/16 beat.
  • An LFO for delay time and all-pass cutoff.

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Latest User Reviews

Average user rating of 4.00 from 1 review

SevenDelay
Reviewed By Eine Alte Oma
October 6th, 2019

a little buggy but already really good and innovative. i especially like that the temposync stuff even goes for really small buffer sizes of the delay.

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