Good sounding digital delay
The vintage button gives the HoRNet DeeLay that typical early 90s sound where digital was still imperfect and with a character of its own.
The DeeLay can make endless feedback loops and changing the delay time changes the pitch of the buffer creating funny and interesting noises, the time parameter can be modulated with an LFO allowing the creation of futuristic wobbling sounds.
Since the delay is digital it has all the robotic artifacts of modulated digital delays instead of the smooth action of an analog emulated delay.
Try it on vocals, guitars or anything that needs space, the HoRNet DeeLay will surprise you with it’s spacey yet focused sound.
The HoRNet VCA is for you tweakers, it allows complex automation of signal level, working similar to the AutoGain, but in a more general way think of it as the VCA element in a console, or a synth, just change the gain of your tracks using any reference signal: a kick, a synth, a slow moving LFO, anything really.
And since the VCA is the core of a compressor, of course you get a compressor construction toolkit that allows you to create RMS compressors, feedback compressors, aggressive or more relaxed ones, just activate the internal reference and set the reversed gain. The scale factor now acts as a ratio control, have fun.
In the early 90s digital was still imperfect and many devices where limited yet still had a character. The HoRNet DeeLay incorporates that character, when the “vintage” button is turned on, using 12bit degradation of our high resolution recordings for its internal workings. Of course any digital device has an analog front end, so the “vintage” button also add saturation.
Endless loop creativity
When the feedback is set to 100% the HoRNet DeeLay enters in an endless loop mode when the level of the delay never decays over time, this is especially useful if you want to create futuristic sounds changing the time parameter, because changing the time on a playing delay changes the pitch of the delay!
Things get even funnier when you use the LFO to modulate the time, you don’t have to keep your feedback to 100%, just distort and repitch the delay and have fun.
The demo is fully functional except for the fact that every now and then it will silence out, you cannot save parameter values with your session and the plugin will not respond to automation coming from the host.
- Delay time up to 5000ms
- Sync mode from 1/16th to 1bar
- Capable of endless delay generation
- LFO from 0.1Hz to 10Hz
- Time modulation
- Vintage mode with 12bit ADC emulation
- Feedback panning per channel
- Output panning per channel
- Mac OS X (>=10.5 intel only) and Windows support
- 64bit compatibility both on Mac and Windows
- Audio Units VST2.4, VST3 and RTAS format
The HoRNet DeeLay has no copy protection, I don’t believe in copy protection, they are always cracked and they are annoying for the users, we all know you are not going to give away the plugin on the internet…
So simply download the plugin and enjoy your recordings!