Pluginomat offers the Digital Echoes delay plugin by NNAudio for FREE for a limited time.
Digital Echoes is a multi-band delay plugin that can transform stale sounds into evolving, shimmering soundscapes.
Digital Echoes typically retails for $19.95, but Pluginomat is offering it free for a limited time, so it is in your best interest to act fast!
Digital Echoes allows you to manipulate time and space by combining three delay modules in a single plugin. Each delay is entirely independent, providing in-depth control over the sound and feel of your sonic landscape.
You can adjust the Time, Feedback, Highpass, Lowpass, and Mix settings of each tempo-synced delay to sculpt precision rhythmic and dynamic interaction between all three delays.
Dedicated visualizers aid the intuitive nature of the multi-band delay effect by providing real-time visual feedback that makes it easier to make quick adjustments on the fly.
Ethereal is a word that comes up often when talking about this plugin, and the additional multi-effects enhance the otherworldly ambiance that Digital Echoes does so well.
Digital Echoes features additional Reverb, Stereo Dimension, Slap Delay, and EQ settings.
Using the Reverb and Dimension modules, you can create expansive, atmospheric, and immersive soundscapes that lend themselves well to media composition.
While the plugin makes creating perfect harmony between every element easy, the EQ module allows you to fine-tune frequencies for a polished finish that sounds more organic than contrived.
Anything that adds movement, rhythm, and dimension to your sound is worth checking out, and Digital Echoes fits that description. Of course, it’s even better when it’s free. As well as Digital Echoes, Pluginomat is offering Darkischord 3 (usually $26), the harpsichord with a twist by Electronik Sound Lab, for free.
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NNAudio’s Digital Echoes is available in AU and VST3 formats for macOS (10.14 upwards) and Windows (10 upwards).
Download: Digital Echoes (FREE for a limited time)