The Retroplex delay unit is specially modeled after the old Tape Echo units of the 60’s and 70’s like the Echoplex™, with some modern enhancements. It’s a lot of fun and unpredictable!
Controls the mix of the dry signal and the processed (Wet) signal. The percentage indicated is the amount of the signal that is Wet. Range: 0 to 100%
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Smoothly controls the tape speed/delay time of the echoes. Range: 1% to 10%
Feeds the delay signal back to the input for echo repeats. Range: 0 to 100%
Drop-down menu offering different preset types of echo and delay ranges.
Choices: ECHO 1, ECHO 2, DELAY 1, DELAY 2
Simulates the tape flutter motor instability effect of vintage tape echo machines that make the echoes vary in pitch from one repeat to the next. Range: 0 to 100%
- SPEED*Controls how fast the motor instability affects the tape flutter pitch modulation of the echoes. Range: 0 to 100%
Drop-down menu that contains a list of “years” from 1960-2000. Choosing a year simulates the fidelity of the chosen era. Earlier years have less fidelity than later years.
Controls the width of the echo stereo imaging. Range: 0(mono) to 100%(full stereo)
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Controls the amount of overdrive distortion in the delayed signal. Range: 0 to 1
Adjusts the bit resolution of the delayed audio for additional distortion. Range: 32bit to 4bit
Locks the echo buffer for a continuous playback loop of what is in the echo buffer. Useful for simulating sound on sound style tape looping techniques.
NOTE: The Freeze buffer is cleared when Omnisphere is closed. To save the Freeze buffer, you need to render Omnisphere to an audio file.
Adjusts the overall output volume. Range: 0 to 100