I have a beta available for ValhallaFreqEchoMkI. I’m calling it 1.01, although this doesn’t fit that well with MkI. And I refuse to go back from MkI, because it reminds me of the Tonebender MkII, the Mach 5, and other cool things.
Anyway, the 1.01 Beta is intended to address issues with automation and preset recall that some people have been having. You can try out the beta versions at:
Feedback is welcomed and encouraged.
I am pleased to announce the MkI release of ValhallaFreqEcho:
The plugin now features a custom GUI, as seen above. I have added the ability to sync the delay time to tempo. ValhallaFreqEcho MkI is available for Windows and Mac, in VST, AU, and RTAS formats.
ValhallaFreqEcho MkI has been under development for quite some time, and I am rather proud of the results. I invite you to download it and check it out. Keep checking this blog in the next few days for tutorials, tips and tricks, and a bunch of theoretical musings.
I just posted some updates to ValhallaFreqEcho, my free frequency shifter + analog echo plugin. You can download the plugin here. The new stuff:
- New parameters: Low Cut and High Cut. These control the gain of shelving filters in the feedback path of the echo (the direct and initial echo signal are not filtered). These controls are very useful in getting different type of analog sounding echos, as well as harsher or flubbier echos, plus a variety of strange chaotic oscillations.
- An Audio Unit version of the plugin is available, in addition to the VST plugins for Windows and OSX.
I’ll be posting some usage tips soon. I have spent a lot of time setting up runaway oscillations with the plugin, using no input (it self-oscillates like the old analog echos). Some very trance-y sounds can be coaxed out of this thing – not the dance music type of trance, but the “staring into space and drooling for awhile” type of trance.