vescoFx Cross Delay
vescoFx has released Cross Delay, a VST effect plug-in designed to allow you to create advanced stereo delay images in your mixes.
The controls are designed to allow echo output to be directed between channels. Each echo can be sent to the opposite channel from the source signal (echo of the left channel is heard on the right) or subsequent echoes can ping pong between channels.
A modulation section allows tweaking the delayed sound with a combination of depth and speed all on a single control. Independent output controls and an adaptive damping are also part of the package
- 64-bit internal processing resolution.
- Automation support of controls for VST compliant hosts (additional extensions for REAPER).
- Delays can be routed to the opposite channel or ping pong between channels.
- Single knob, adaptive modulation.
- Single knob, adaptive damping.
- Delays can be biased to either side for a wider image.
- Turns mono tracks into stereo.
- Output can be summed to mono for chorus style effects or to check mono compatibility.
- Designed to eliminate complex routing required to create stereo delay effects.
- Works with both mono and stereo input.
- Built in presets.
- Works with 64-bit and 32-bit audio hosts running on 32-bit Windows OS.
Pricing & Availability
Cross Delay costs $29 but is currently available for the introductory price of $19. A Mac OS X version is coming soon.
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