I love Spaceship Delay. I've always used the default delay plugins in Reaper DAW, and have tried a few other delays, and I was never quite happy with them. In Reaper's ReaDelay, setting up a ping-pong delay was annoying. In other delays, there were no settings to set up a ping-pong (granted, I didn't try all delay plugins). In Spaceship Delay, it was as simple as clicking on the drop-down and selecting Ping-Pong. Might not seem like much, but to me, power with simplicity is important.
Spaceship Delay is also great-sounding. I can tell I'm going to be using Spaceship Delay a lot.
Thank you for producing a great plugin, and releasing it for free.
Truly a gem among delays! It's the simple to use but quite comprehensive delay I've been looking for all these years, and that's not mentioning it's free! I'll be looking to this as my first choice in delay plugins, even though I own a few commercial ones.
Absolutely mind-blowing! Thank you infinitely Ivan. I wish all developers could have this vision. Simple yet extremely powerful and helpful. The tutorial is a true blessing. I have not only learned all I needed to know about this specific plug in but I have learned more about delays in general than I taught I would ever learn. Thank you!.
At first, I didn't use it much because I thought the interface seemed like it had a lot of knobs. Then I just tried it again recently and it's actually laid out very well and every knob makes sense to me. I will reach for this more now.
Hi, is there anybody on MacOS 10.15 Catalina running Spaceship Delay (and the other plugins from Musical Entropy) as AU or VST? Since upgrading from MacOS Mojave I keep getting notified by Gatekeeper that because MacOS cannot scan for malware the plugin has to be trashed.