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A stereo delay effect with LP/HP filter, can be used as an audio unit or as a standalone application.
- Stereo delay effect with delay offset, reverse mode, feedback and mix
- Tape-like resyncing of delay offset
- Per-channel state variable filter, offering low pass and high pass modes
- Mono or stereo input
- Clean and simple design
- Runs on both iPads and iPhones
- Selection of factory presets (available when run in an Audio Unit host)
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Studio on the Go
In recent years the processing power of mobile devices has come on in leaps and bounds. This has opened up some truly amazing opportunities for music makers everywhere, with fully functional DAWs now being available on portable platforms. This is something which could represent a real sea change in the world of music production – who wouldn’t want to carry around a complete recording studio in their pocket? But while countless third party plugins are available for desktop DAWs, musicians on the go want to be able to kit out their portable studios with high quality effects and instrument plugins as well. This has lead FutureSonic to create the Reverser Delay – a high quality delay stereo delay effect that is both versatile and user friendly.
The Reverser Delay is a crystal-clear stereo delay comprised of independent left and right delay channels giving the user separate control over the delay time and feedback for each channel. Each channel also has a dedicated filter to sculpt the tone of the repeats, with the option of switching between high pass and low pass.
However, the crown jewel of the Reverser Delay is its reverse feature which allows for either the left or right delay channels (or both) to be reversed allowing for sonic experimentation not capable on a typical delay unit.
The Reverser Delay makes experimentation simple with an easy to understand user interface. But if users aren’t sure where to start, they can jump straight in and explore the Reverser Delay’s factory presets for inspiration.
FS Reverser Delay is a universal iOS app and costs $1.99 on the app store now: