PSP Audioware PSP 608 MultiDelay Delay Plug-In for Pro Audio Purposes (Download)

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PSP Audioware PSP 608 MultiDelay is a versatile delay plug-in for use in pro audio productions and mixes. This is a creative tool for achieving eccentric echoes with up to eight taps of delay.

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PSP Audioware PSP 608 MultiDelay is a versatile delay plug-in for use in pro audio productions and mixes. This is a creative tool for achieving eccentric echoes with up to eight taps of delay.

Each tap offers its own control for feedback, pan position, gain, stereo width, modulation, saturation, reverb, and more. To bolster your sonic choices, you can place feedback and drive at the beginning or the end of the whole signal chain. Modulation sources include an LFO and an envelope follower. The plug-in can operate at sample rates of up to 192 kHz and can be controlled and automated via MIDI or any host sequencer.

This software is compatible with Mac and Windows operating systems. It will operate in AU, VST, RTAS, and AAX formats. An iLok account and the iLok Licenser Manger application are required for operating this software, though the iLok dongle itself is not required.

Note:  An iLok account and the iLok Licenser Manger application are required for operating this software, though the iLok dongle itself is not required.

608 MultiDelay Features

  • Up to eight seconds of delay time per channel
  • Continuous control over the delay time in milliseconds and/or chosen quantized note
  • Three operation modes:
    • Multidelay: each tap has its own feedback buffer
    • Multitap: Master Feedback operates on one user-selectable tap
    • MultiFB: switches the tap signal off, rather than the feedback signal
  • Each tap includes independent adjustment of the following:
    • Gain
    • Stereo field width and balance
    • Delay time
    • Filtering
    • Modulation
    • Saturation simulation
    • Reverberation
  • Each tap can choose between multiple quadruple biquad filter types, including:
    • Low-pass
    • Band-pass
    • High-pass
    • Peak filter
    • 4 shelf filters
  • Modulation section (LFO and envelope follower) offer adjustable modulation depth of three octaves and can be selected for filter cutoff
  • Tape saturation simulation with adjustable gain based on the algorithm used in PSP’s mastering processors
  • Filtering module in feedback includes LP, BP, and HP filters (either State Variable Filter or Biquad) with adjustable cutoff and resonance
  • Vintage reverberation module for faithful simulation of spring and plate reverbs
  • Support for sample rates of up to 192 kHz
  • Host and MIDI automation of all processing