Best FREE Delay Plug-ins For PC & Mac With 64-Bit Support

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Voxengo Tempo Delay 

Voxengo Tempo Delay

Tempo Delay is a multi-feature stereo delay plugin for professional music production applications.  Tempo Delay is based on tempo, incorporating filter and tremolo sections with separate controls for each stereo channel.  Instead of a single “delay length” control this plug-in features separate “delay”, “repetition period” and “delay panning” controls which allow you to create an evenly sounding “ping-pong” stereo echoes.

Features

  • Filter section
  • Tremolo section
  • Delay signal panning
  • Stereo processing
  • 64-bit floating point processing
  • Preset manager
  • Undo/redo history
  • A/B comparisons
  • Contextual hint messages
  • All sample rates support
  • Zero processing latency

More informations here: Voxengo Tempo Delay

Voxengo Sound Delay

Voxengo Sound Delay

Sound Delay is an auxiliary multi-channel signal delaying AAX, AU and VST plugin for professional audio applications.  You may specify delay time in both milliseconds and samples, with a high level of precision.  This plugin – being technical in its purpose – provides a basic signal delaying function only, without signal feedback or modulation capabilities. Sound Delay also features internal mid/side encoding and decoding, and allows you to delay mid and side channels independently.

Features

  • Sample-accurate delaying
  • Millisecond-accurate delaying
  • Up to 3 seconds overall delay
  • Stereo and multi-channel processing
  • Internal channel routing
  • Channel grouping
  • Mid/side processing
  • Preset manager
  • Undo/redo history
  • A/B comparisons
  • Contextual hint messages
  • All sample rates support

More informations here: Voxengo Sound Delay

Cut Through Recordings Entropy Delay

Cut Through Recordings Entropy Delay

Entropy by CTR is a one of a kind delay plugin! This delay has complete control over delay in each channel separately, but that isn’t what makes this plugin special. Entropy is a stereo cross-over delay. This is a unique type of delay that delays the signal from the left channel and places it in the right, and delays the signal in the right channel and places it in the left. This creates a whole new kind of delay and interesting stereo effects.

Features

  • Delay up to 2000 milliseconds.
  • Unique Crossover Delay Effect.
  • Feedback control.
  • Dry/Wet mix control.
  • VST Format.

Available for PC & Mac

More informations here: CTR Entropy 

Kilohearts Delay 

Kilohearts Delay

 

While large echoing cavernous chambers seldom are the first pick for a good acoustic space, Delay effects have been ubiquitous in sound processing for a long time. The kHs Delay can be run both free running and tempo synced with various stereo and feedback options. Most notable however is the duck feature, which optionally only lets the echoed sound through when there is no dry input signal. This allows for long and heavy delay while still avoiding clutter over the original sound. Clever!

  • Delay display: The amount of time beore the delayed sound starts playing. This will be expressed in milliseconds or as parts of a beat, depending on Sync Mode.
  • Sync Mode: When sync is enabled the delay time will be synchronized to the song tempo.
  • Feedback knob: The feedback setting will cause the delayed sound to feed back into the delay. This will create an exponentially decaying echo.
  • Pan knob: Adjust the panning of the delayed sound.
  • Ping-Pong: Swaps the left and the right channel of the delayed sound when it is fed back into the delay. When combined with panning this will make the echo bounce back and forth between the speakers.
  • Duck knob: When duck is turned up, the output volume from the delay will automatically be lowered when the input volume is high.
  • Mix knob: The dry/wet mix of this effect. A lower value will let some of the unmodified signal through.
  • Settings panel: Whenever you have your mouse cursor over a snapin theree is a small arrow at the top right corner (not visible in screenshot). It opens a settings panel where you handle presets.

More informations here: Delay by Kilohearts

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