W.A. Production releases SphereDelay, a multimode filter delay effect VST plugin.
Even if there are dozens, or even hundreds of plugins already on the market, this plugin still brings something new.
Besides the “standard” delay effect SphereDelay plugin features a high-quality filter and different saturation styles for a richer sound.
SphereDelay’s graphical user interface is really beautiful, modern and very well laid out. You can set all parameter values quickly and easily via the GUI.
There you will find in the filter section the filter selection of the 24 decibels per octave variable state filter (lowpass, highpass, and bandpass), cutoff and emphasis and infinitely variable saturation.
Modulations are provided by the integrated LFO with the modes triangle and sine, which you can adjust in speed and depth.
Of course, the LFO can be synchronized to the song tempo. There is also an envelope follower and a waveform display of the transmitted audio stream.
Depending on the delay mode, the delay section contains various delay time controls (either one control for both channels in common or two separate ones for left and right), a button for selecting the four delay modes Mono, Stereo, Ping Pong and Ping Pong Separate and another to activate the sync.
Underneath, there are additional controls for the output and the modulation in the master section: EnvTimeMod, Feedback, LFOTimeMod and Dry / Wet. By clicking on the reverse button you can also play the delays backward.
All in all, SphereDelay is a very interesting plug-in for anyone who does not yet own an extended delay VST. For this price actually a no-brainer.
The plug-in runs on Mac OS 10.7 or higher and Windows 7 or higher as AAX, AU, VST and VST3 in 32 or 64 bit.
Buy Link: SphereDelay