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iZotope release free DDLY Dynamic Delay

New plug-in free for 30 days

Audio specialists iZotope have released DDLY Dynamic Delay — a new effects plugin that will help you to achieve a cleaner, more complex sound than a traditional full-signal delay plug-in — and for 30 days only it's FREE!

The plug-in features two separate delay paths for analogue-style or granular delay processing.

According to its makers, DDLY Dynamic Delay responds to your track's musical dynamics to create versatile and intriguing delays. Izotope claim that it's a one-of-a-kind effects plug-in that delays the signal differently depending on the character of the sound, without turning your track to aural mud. Give it a try to find out for yourself.

Any source with a strong dynamic range and expressiveness should be a good candidate for DDLY. Try using it on your next drum track to add echo to the harder attacks of the kick and snare, or emphasise the full range of a vocal take with a subtle delay on the verse and a more intense delay on the bigger moments of the chorus. 

DDLY is available now and completely free until March 9th when it will be priced £39.95 / €51.95. Just use discount code DDLYFR33.

Get it now from Time+ Space.


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