Discussion in 'Recording' started by audiokid, Apr 5, 2009.
Who makes the best VST Delay?
I'd like to know this as well.
i have used some genaric VST delays but i am wondering what else is out there.
Specifically, i am interested in being able to control the the tails.
what kind of delay are you looking for?
multitap, vintage, one with filters...ß
i think PSP makes a couple really good ones:
PSP 608 MultiDelay and PSP 42 and 48.
Price is not an issue.
Sound quality is top priority, then as basic functions to whatever. I'm not interested in bells and whistles.
I was just using KarmaFX Deelay to mess around with.
It's free (well, donationware), provides independent delay times on both channels, feedback/pingpong controls, and also has resonance, filters etc.
This comes in their plugin pack which also has a filter, EQ and a very good reverb.
If I was to make a call on the sound I'd say they sound hollow sometimes, but I'm not one to judge sound quality.
Certainly, if you want features, this is a nice use of bandwidth.
i second the psp delays. waves supertap seems very nice, too.
i've just seen that there's a new delay from waves which looks quite good.
PSP delays are the best.
The Lexicon delays PSP42 and 84 are cool and the multitap is insane
Also very good is Audio Damage Ricochet, which is insanely good value for money
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