Audio Damage released this week the next new version of one of their older plugin. With Dubstation 2, they continue their further development and implement also here the new GUI and rebuild the complete feature set of this classic delay plugin. This new version includes an additional single/dual mode to control both delay lines separately, an LFO for gentle-to extreme modulation possibilities, a new ping-pong mode, and a saturation control for breakup. All users of Dubstation 1 can upgrade for only 10$ to this new version.
The original dub delay plugin and still the best! Dubstation 2 takes our most popular product and adds a whole raft of new features, including a dual mode for separate control over the left and right delay times, ping-pong, a new feedback saturation algorithm, and an LFO. Along with an all-new procedural and Retina-friendly user interface and (FINALLY!) ProTools compatibility, this represents a major leap forward for one of our signature products.
All those bells and whistles aside, the heart of Dubstation is our painstaking bucket-brigade delay model. Often imitated, but never duplicated, Dubstation has been the go-to plugin for that sound for over a decade, used in thousands of commercial productions, and with good reason. With the addition of the LFO and saturation controls, Dubstation has moved in to the realm of tape delay emulation as well, and is a sonic Swiss Army knife for delay.
Dubstation 2 (VST/AU/AAX) is now available for purchase for $49 USD. Owners of Dubstations 1 and 1.5 can upgrade for $10 USD.
Available here: Audio Damage Dubstation 2
Beside this news, Chris from Audio Damage shared on Twitter something complete new what is not yet confirmed as final product but we can hope that will coming. He started experimenting with iOS and consider to port their plugins also to the iOS platform. Would be really cool when these excellent plugins comes also to iOS.