Inear Display Antagone is the successor of the crazy Bucephal glitch delay plugin with a rewritten code, new user interface and more
There are tons of delay plugins on the market but only a few are special in their kind. One of these was the Bucephal plugin by Inear Display. This is now available again in a rewritten form under a new name. Antagone is a dual delay plugin designed to turn incoming sounds into glitchy chaos.
The new version features new damping filters in the delay feedback paths as well as a newly designed interface.
Geared towards sound design, Antagone packs several modulators, various mixing combinations for the delay lines, multiple saturation options for the output signal as well as a flexible randomizer section.
- 2 delay lines with modulation inputs.
- Damping of the delay feedback signal.
- 6 mix modes to combine the outputs of the delay lines.
- 4 distortion types for the plugin output.
- 2 envelope follower modulation sources.
- 2 LFO modulation sources.
- Optional host clock sync for the LFO rate.
- Processed signal amplitude control.
- Dry/wet control.
- Flexible randomizer section.
- 14 factory presets.
- Resizable user interface.
- Cross-platform presets.
Inear Display Antagone is available now in VST3 and AU plugin formats for Windows and Mac (64-bit only), priced at 19 EUR ex. VAT. Users of Bucephal can request a free crossgrade license for Antagone.
More information: Inear Display