Video Review – Applied Acoustics Objeq Delay
In this video, Eli Krantzberg reviews the all new Objeq Delay plugin developed by Applied Acoustics that was released today.
Review – Applied Acoustics Objeq Delay
Objeq Delay is a creative effect processor based on Applied Acoustics Systems (AAS) physical modeling technology and uses no sampling nor convolution algorithms. It is an effect processor built around the combination of a filter, acoustic resonators and a delay module. The input signal is first processed through filters, then acoustic resonators such as drumheads, strings, plates, and bars, allowing to add acoustic resonances to the sound and change its timbre.
Objeq Delay can both transform the timbre of the incoming signal and create rhythmic effects and/or add echoes to the signal. The transformed signal is then sent to a pre-delay followed by a second delay with feedback loop that either preserves the stereo imaging, or sums the signal and bounces it from side to side in Ping Pong mode. Objeq Delay also includes an LFO module for the modulation of the different filter, resonator, and delay parameters. Finally, a Mixer modules allows one to control the amount of dry and wet signal in the output signal as well as to control its general output level.
Pricing and Availability
Objeq Delay is available now at a suggested retail price of US$139 but until May 15th, 2017, you can get it at the introductory price of US$99.
The delay plugin runs on both Mac OS X and Windows in 32- and 64-bit hosts supporting the VST, Audio Units, and AAX Native plug-in formats.
Visit Applied Acoustics Objeq Delay for more information, video tutorials and to try out the plugin for free.