From precise rhythmic ripples to expansive vapour trails, explore the space and time of your sound with a diverse array of delays and reverbs gathered in one inspiring, versatile collection.
The use of delay and reverb in electronic music is a vital component in sonically shaping out space and time. Since the advent of amplification, these much-loved effects have been used for all kinds of audio tasks from practical mixing purposes to otherworldly sound design. In this bundle, we’ve gathered together four very different devices that allow you to play with feedbacks and decays in all kinds of ways, opening the door to new rhythms and textures beyond those you can sequence and synthesize yourself.
Alter Echo by K-Devices focuses on the potential of delay to create new musical patterns through repeat signals. By locking to the master tempo and the movement of your project’s transport, it reliably generates its echoes in time with the rest of your track, leaving you free to tweak the parameters and see what new melodic and percussive phrases start to emerge.
Dub Machines by Surreal Machines celebrates the heritage of analog and tape delays synonymous with dub. These two Max for Live devices have been studiously designed to incorporate the erratic, unpredictable nature of vintage gear, yielding wild and expressive results that bring some of that organic magic back to effects-based sound design. Magnetic models itself on much loved 1970s tape delay while Diffuse focuses on richly textured and varied ways of manipulating feedback, from short spatial definitions to vast clouds of reverb decay.
Outer Spaces by Amazing Noises is a flexible sound design tool geared towards detailed reverb shaping and audio processing to create unique new timbres and atmospheres. As well as the modeling capabilities of the reverberator, additional filtering, resonance and overdrive, harmonic shift phasing and a complex delay network make this the perfect vessel for sonic experimentation.
Whether you want your drums to sound like they’ve been recorded in a damp basement or you need a needlepoint note to decay into infinity, this bundle has everything you need to start investigating new dimensions of sound.