Get 90% OFF SphereDelay VST/AU Plugin @ Pluginboutique

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Pluginboutique is running a 90% OFF no-brainer deal on the brand new SphereDelay effect in VST, VST3, AAX, and AU plugin formats for digital audio workstations on PC and Mac. Normally priced at $99, the plugin can be purchased for just $9 before March 31st, 2018.

SphereDelay is a multi-mode delay effect which features a state variable filter, tape saturation, an envelope follower, and an LFO module. The filter can operate in HP, LP, and BP modes with self-oscillation. The cutoff frequency can be modulated by the envelope follower circuit and the LFO which can be synced to host tempo.

The delay can work in three different modes: Mono, Stereo, Ping Pong, and Ping Pong Separate. Whereas the first three modes are rather self-explanatory, the fourth mode is quite interesting as it allows the user to set different delay values to the left and right channels. This results in bouncy stereo delays with a time offset which can work great for creating unique rhythmic sequences. Try it on some vocal chops and synth stabs, or even percussive elements like snares and claps to add interest to your drum grooves. Another handy feature is the Reverse mode which reverses the input signal.

On a related note, Pluginboutique is also running a 90% OFF deal on SoundSput Axis. Axis is a multi-band compressor effect with compression, stereo imaging, and metering on each band. It is priced at $13 until March 30th this year. Find these and more audio plugin deals at Pluginboutique.

More info: SphereDelay (90% OFF @ Pluginboutique)

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Tomislav is a content creator and sound designer from Belgrade, Serbia. He is also the founder and editor-in-chief here at Bedroom Producers Blog.

3 Comments

  1. Rutger Steenbergen

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    “No-brainer deal.”

    Is that really true? Is it so much better than all the stock- and free delay plugin that are out there? Sentences like this make me wanna buy, but critical as well. Cause I can spend hundreds of dollars on no-brainers and still don’t finish one single song :)

    • Tomislav Zlatic

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      That’s a good point. Investing money in plugins, no matter how cheap or expensive they are, won’t make you more productive. It’s all about the work you put into it. When I wrote “no-brainer deal”, I was referring to the discount amount (90% OFF), but yes, always use your own judgment before buying something. If you already own a good delay plugin that you’re happy with, free or paid, there’s not much point in adding another one to your collection. I mean sometimes new tools can be inspiring and useful, but it’s easy to go overboard with collecting gear instead of making music.

      • Rutger Steenbergen

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        Great response. And I know exactly what you mean. I once read a great line: “A bad snare won’t sound great with an expensive compressor.” I tend to forget that once in a while when I’m staring at the next shining object. And forget to make music :)

        Keep up the great work!

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