Be Good Audio have released a major update to Time Razor, their versatile dual delay plug-in. The v1.1.0 update adds a range of new features and functions, as well as introducing macOS support for both Intel and Apple Silicon-equipped Macs.
The plug-in features two separate delay lines, and can be operated in three different modes: Single, Dual Serial and Dual Parallel, and offers mid-side operation in addition to conventional left/right stereo. Each line is, of course, equipped with its own set of controls, as well as low- and high-pass filters in the feedback path which allow the sound of the delay to be processed. There are also a range of modulation capabilities, with two tempo-syncable LFOs joined by an envelope follower with multiple destinations.
With the latest update, Time Razor has gained a pair of MIDI-triggered ADSR envelopes with a total of 32 modulation targets, and the existing LFOs can now also be re-triggered by a MIDI input. 60 new presets brings the total count of built-in settings to 200, and two new ‘Magic Dice’ features have been implemented to assist users in creating new sounds. The first will assign a random time, mode and level balance across the delays, whilst the second loads values from a random pre-existing preset.
In addition to the new features, the company have now added support for Intel and Apple Silicon Mac computers, along with an AU (Audio Unit) plug-in version.
Time Razor is supported on PCs running Windows 10, and Macs running macOS 10.13 and higher. It is available in VST3 and AU plug-in formats.
Pricing & Availability
Time Razor is available now, and is currently on sale for €19 until 1 September 2023, after which it will return to its full price of €39. Current owners can update to the latest version free of charge.