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United Plugins announce Pluralis delay plug-in

Dual delay processor equipped with versatile split options

United Plugins Pluralis dual delay plug-in split signals stereo mid side volume frequency

United Plugins have today announced the release of Pluralis, a delay plug-in developed by their founding partner SounDevice Digital. The processor is capable of splitting the input signal in a variety of different ways, with users able to process the resulting sections independently using two delay sections in order to create radical-sounding effects.

Four different split modes are available: Left/Right, Mid/Side, Low/High and Quiet/Loud, allowing the input signal to be divided into sections based on stereo position as well as frequency or dynamic content. Once split, the parts can then be processed by two identical delay processing sections equipped with a range of time-based and modulation controls.

Time, Gain, Feedback, Colour and Panorama settings are available (the last is unavailable when using Left/Right or Mid/Sides modes), and the delay rate can be synchronised to the tempo of the host DAW and set to a selection of musical divisions if required. A Freeze button enables infinite delays, and a filter section equipped with high- and low-pass settings can be used to process either the input or feedback signal for creative effects.

Further variation can then be introduced into each signal thanks to a pair of modulation sections, which can manipulate the level, delay rate and feedback amount of each delay section, as well as hosting a Dispersion parameter which the company describe as a special effect capable of “shattering” the delayed sound.

United Plugins say that Pluralis is easily capable of achieving mix-ready standard delay sounds, as well as far more experimental sounds thanks to its innovative method of operation. Several folders full of presets created by professional engineers and sound designers which showcase the plug-in’s capabilities are also provided.


Pluralis is supported on PCs running Windows 8 and above, and Macs running macOS 10.10 or higher. VST, VST3, AU and AAX plug-in versions are available.

Pricing & Availability

Pluralis is available now, and is being offered at an introductory price of €19 until 31 May 2023, after which it will cost €79.

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