This will probably be the last teaser before long-awaited NastyDLA tape delay VST plugin is finally released.
A GUI screenshot and a detailed feature list have been published on Variety Of Sound yesterday.
As stated on the website, this freeware plugin will include classic chorus and echo effects, authentic signal path coloration and tape-delay style feedback and saturation.
Key features of NastyDLA:
- Input stage model including signal coloration and non-linearities (switchable).
- Classic chorus/flanger effect with amount and rate control which automatically adopts to the delay line configuration.
- Frequency balancing filter for dead-easy overall tone adjustments in the feedback path.
- Two different feedback color modes.
- Feedback circuit and control which supports resonance up to self-oscillation.
- Standard DSP 12dB high-pass filter.
- Custom “tape style” low-pass filtering.
- Sophisticated “tape hiss” noise simulation.
- Negative or positive pre-delay.
- Comprehensive tape dynamics simulation taken from the core of the award winning FerricTDS.
- The dynamics offers a slight audio ducking effect (switchable).
- Two independent delay lines with up to 3sec delay time and sync to host.
- Delay time modulation with two different modes.
- Additional phase distortion (switchable).
- Audio level metering display.
- Dry/wet controls plus “wet only” option.
- Power / bypass switch.
- All parameters available through host automation.