02 February 2007: TigerDelay v1.1.0 released
This version now allows also controlling the effect with MIDI. Furthermore a little User Manual has been published which can be used in order to understand the internal signal flow and the parameters that can be used.
From the homepage:
Do you need good delay effects in your production? A Delay that supports filtering and ducking, that is synchronized with your musical tempo? A Delay, flexible to bend the input as much as it is needed for your production? TigerDelay, with nice sound results, yet easy to use, is the solution.
Since Ducking Delay is one of the most needed effects and I was reading in one forum that an effect like this is needed, here is the simple solution. Furthermore it allows filtering with a resonant filter so that the sound can be bended as much as you like. The filter supports even self-resonance. Read more.
Posted Monday, February 05, 2007 by Stefan Svartling Labels: free , free music making software , pc , vst
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