In close partnership with Korg, Universal Audio have introduced the Korg SDD-3000 Digital Delay plug-in for UAD hardware and Apollo interfaces — an end-to-end circuit emulation of the iconic 1980’s rack unit famous for its 13-bit delays and instrument-friendly analogue preamp. The original was popularised by U2 guitarist, The Edge, and has also been used extensively by producer/guitarist Daniel Lanois and producer William Orbit.
In crafting the KORG SDD-3000 plug-in, UA meticulously modeled a vintage "golden unit,” modelling its famed analogue preamp and output section. The plug-in sports a signature Filter circuit for shaping delay repeats; comprehensive Waveform and Modulation sections for phaser, flanger, chorusing and doubling effects; and exclusive plug-in-only features include tempo sync, multiple stereo modes, and rhythmic subdivisions.
Apollo users further benefit because the plug-in features UA’s Unison technology, affording the all-important impedance, gain staging, and circuit behaviors that have contributed to making the KORG SDD-3000 an iconic effect unit.
It is available now, costing $199.