Inear Display have released Interstice Delay, a dual band delay plugin that aims to facilitate the creation of otherworldly echoes and resonances. It’s available at the intro price of €15.00, increasing to €29.00 after the promotion. The offer ends November 20th.
Each band then goes through a delay with a complex feedback path consisting of a diffusion network and a damping filter. A pitch-shifter can optionally process the signal pre or post delay to create complex overtones. A drift modulator can also impact key parameters of the circuit.
Interstice was designed with dense and psychedelic ambient sounds in mind, to turn a simple synthesizer note or a short sample into a cascade of esoteric tones, but it also shines as a resonator on top of more rhythmically complex signals.
Its apparent simplicity and straightforward workflow hides an extensive palette of creative possibilities, as demonstrated by the factory presets that include a bank specially crafted by acclaimed sound designer Ivo Ivanov. Last but not least, more surprising results are just a click away with the built-in parameter randomizer.
Interstice Delay is available to PC and Mac users (VST3 and AU).
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