Softube release valve preamp/delay
More than just a delay, Softube's Tube Delay is a tube preamp and/or digital delay.
In other words, you can use this as just a tube preamp if you like, without the delay.
Supposedly bringing life back to tracks that lack, the best way to make up your mind is to try it!
The Tube Delay plug-in is only available for native VST/AU/RTAS hosts on Mac and Windows.
"Authentic" tube simulation, say the developers, using the same technology as the Amp Room products on both the dry and wet signal. In total three different tube stages (in the direct, delayed and feedbacked signal).
Vintage style passive eq with Bass and Treble that affects both the dry and the wet signal and also boosts the distortion as in the classic American guitar amps.
Delay time from 1 ms to 1 second with a host tempo sync option that sets the delay time from 16th notes to half notes with the triplets in between.
A fully functional 10 day demo can be downloaded here:
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