By | August 12th, 2015|VST|

Matthieu Brucher returns with news- a variable delay plugin followed by an update to an older delay plugin based on the Audio Toolkit.

The new plugin is ATKUniversalVariableDelay (phew!) which is a delay/echo effect with feedforward and feedback channels with a variable/sinusoidal delay. In other words, ATKUniversalVariableDelay creates effects similar to vibrato or flanger.

The other plugin is ATKUniversalDelay, now at version 1.2.0, a mono fixed delay line based on the Audio Toolkit. Its main feature is the fixed delay, which can be set from 0 to 1 second on a scale of 0.1 milliseconds per step.

The plugins are available for Windows and OS X (min. 10.8), 32 and 64-bit, in different formats (VST2, VST3, AU). Both can run at 192kHz.

ATKUniversalVariableDelay and ATKUniversalDelay are hosted on SourceForge. You can show your appreciation by making a small donation to Matthieu Brucher on his blog.

More info:

ATKUniversalVariableDelay 1.0.2 and ATKUniversalDelay 1.2.0 free delay plugins