Pedal maestros Boss revisit the iconic Roland Space Echo in two different formats.
Could this modern tape delay prove to be even better than the real thing?
Modelling pioneers Line 6 have breathed new life into their ageing delay unit — but they’ve also retained everything that made the original a classic.
Boss’s best‑in‑class looper just got even better.
Having already emulated the Echoplex tape delay, Foxgear set their sights on the Binson Echorec.
Mirror creates reversed delay/reverb effects that come before the note...
Enjoy Electronics combine past and present in this intriguing quadraphonic digital delay.
Embracing both the charm and limitations of open‑reel tape, the Tensor is a unique and creative looping pedal.
Objeq Delay is not a typical delay plug‑in. Yes, it can generate repeats with adjustable feedback and tempo sync, but the way it treats them, using some ingenious acoustic filtering, really sets it apart.
Donner’s Island Delay is a multimode delay pedal with a maximum delay time of 1.2 seconds and 10 delay types on offer...
ODC offers six distinct delay algorithms, all named after cities in Arizona...
The Electro‑Harmonix Memory Man is one of the longest‑running and most popular analogue delay pedals around and...
SSL Native X‑Echo is a tape‑echo plug‑in that’s inspired by the sound of early hardware units, not least the Echoplex...
This inexpensive Stardust 201 plug‑in borrows features from the original Roland RE‑201 and RE‑301 hardware, including the chorus section and spring reverb.
While UltraTap can go some way towards replicating a multi‑head tape echo machine, it also excels at artificial double-tracking, dreamy ambient delays, vocal thickening and gentle tremolo...
If you prefer delays that are a little more ‘out there’, this one is aimed at you.
This ‘wet effects generator’ is aimed squarely at modern productions.
Waves have a long‑standing relationship with celebrated rock music mixer Chris Lord‑Alge, and CLA Epic offers the user some of Chris’s favourite delay and reverb treatments.
The Echo Cat mimics the famous Watkins hardware tape delay, but is capable of more besides.
Boss got so much right with their DD‑3 that it has remained on sale ever since it launched in 1986. But this year they’ve updated it and introduced the more adventurous DD‑8.
While capturing the sound of the original hardware and controls, IK have added several useful features that today's DAW user should appreciate.
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