$240 off the new Boz Digital Imperial Delay
Boz Digital Labs finally found the name of its new plug-in and offers a huge discount for the introduction of the Imperial Delay.
The Imperial Delay is a stereo delay that can be used quickly and easily with a single knob, but it also features more advanced panel in which every setting has its own control.
You can adjust the drive, feedback, ducking, modulation, smear, color, offset, width, operation mode, separate pitch for left and right channel, dry, web, tempo (free, sync or via a tap tempo) and a chorus is included as well as a preset manager.
Imperial Delay is a VST2/3, AU, RTAS and AAX plug-in for Mac OS X and Windows 32 and 64-bit. It has a special introductory price of $59 until November 11th, regular price is $299. Boz Digital also gives you the opportunity to add T-Bone to your order for only $20 extra (you’ll pay $79 in total) during this promotional period. You can also download a trial version from www.bozdigitallabs.com.
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