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Audiority Release Dark Memory BBD

Audiority have released Dark Memory, a faithful simulation of the Electro-Harmonix Memory Man EH7810, a late 70’s BBD echo and chorus pedal. Dark Memory is available at the intro price of €29.00, increasing to €49.00 after the promotion. The offer ends May 1st.

This “economy” version of the Memory Man™ features an under-clocked 1024-stages BBD chip, delivering a very dark and characterful delay sound.

We went further and added their classic STEREO mode, where L/R output phases are 180° apart from each other, a DELAY EXTENSION that replaces the factory BBD chip with a 4096-stages one, increasing the delay time up to 4 seconds, and more.

Features include:

  • BBD Analog Delay/Chorus simulation
  • Authentic emulation with reduced bandwidth (according to delay time)
  • Delay Time (MN3005 up to 310ms – RD5108A up to 4s)
  • Feedback and Blend
  • Boost
  • Delay Extension
  • Tempo Sync
  • Vintage Stereo mode
  • Modulation
  • Stereo Spread
  • Ducking
  • Pre and Post effect gain
  • Mix control
  • Resizable interface

Dark Memory is available to PC and Mac users (VST2, VST3, AU, AAX and CLAP).

For more information on Dark Memory, click here: 

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Tags: 70's, asx, au, bucket brigade, chorus, clap, delay, desktop music production, desktop plugin, emulation, FX, macOS, music production, plugin, vintage, vst2, vst3, windows

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