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Stardust 201 Tape Echo


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Stardust 201 Tape Echo has an average user rating of 3.50 from 4 reviews

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User Reviews by KVR Members for Stardust 201 Tape Echo

Reviewed By Stoffel11 [read all by] on February 11th, 2023
Version reviewed: 1.4.0 on Mac

Superb simulation of the original device, but:

The copy protection system wants to register the plugin and load some stuff online from time to time.

At homestudio that's ok, but on stage you mostly have no internet and therefore it's a very high risk to use this plugin there. I had several connections to the support, got some solutions but have still this annoying behavior. So only two and not five stars.

Reviewed By DCrown [read all by] on October 20th, 2022
Version reviewed: 1.0.11 on Windows.
Last edited by DCrown on 20th October 2022.

Nice chorus, a reverb that I liked first, but the tail sounds unpleasant and artificial. I wonder whether cherry audio intends to win an award for the noisest plugin.

Motor let's you switch off noise, but also the echoes won't work any more, no one likes noise and no one cares whether emulated hw was noisy, olugin can be made without nouse or at least offer an option to switch off noise properly.

Chorus is as I already mentioned nice, though.

Price is fair.

Reviewed By Faydit [read all by] on September 2nd, 2022
Version reviewed: 1 on Windows

Really some sort of stardust.

Not only a very naturally sounding simulation of a Space Echo, with a lot of useful, additional fine tuning options, but also with some equally useful additional features, so that this plugin in fact is more or less a complete fx-section.

The fact that you can use the single sections separately or combined is a big advantage, so you can use echo, chorus and spring reverb as separate, independent effects as well as combined. Another "secret weapon" of this plugin is the Mod section, which can add some decent to very intense, beautifully sounding, additional (vintage) vibe to the echo section, different to the wow and flutter option.

The echo section itself also is exemplarily adjustable, you can adjust almost every aspect indivudally so that you easily find the perfect mix between dry and wet signals.

Highly recommended and a bargain for the price anyway.

Reviewed By dodgyg1 [read all by] on November 6th, 2021
Version reviewed: 1.0 on Windows

All the warmth and colour of the Roland Space Echo with the added bonus of an emulation of Rolands classic Chorus. Oh and you get a spring reverb emulator too. Well worth the $19.

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