Mountain Echo is based
around an old tape echo. It can go from vintage sounding
echo to more up to date delay.
Input= Set the inputgain. The red
light only shows input signal.
Tempo = Sets the tempo of the echo.
Feedback = Sets the feedback length.
Lowpass = Adds lowpass filtering to the signal.
Highpass = Adds highpass filtering to the signal.
Volume = Sets the output level.
Installation: Just put the mountainecho.dll file in your
A fairly simple
delay plugin which also has a 'Rhythmic Mode'. Basically
this alters the delay time in a sequence using very
short delay times, which gives a characteristic
'metallic' sound, and effectively allows you to turn
previously un-pitched sounds (such as a drum loop), into
pitched sequences. Also syncs to the host's tempo,
although it should be noted that some older hosts do not
support this feature of the VST specification.
The Classic Delay emulates three of the most
commonly used delays / echo sounds types: Tape, Analog, and Digital, but
without the introduction of noise. A quality control is included where
the sound of the echo machine can be adjusted to give the preferred
amount of “imperfection”. The delay can be synchronised to the host, and
the feedback can be reversed to give a ping-pong effect.
TAL-Dub is a
vintage style delay effect. It can be used for a wide
range of delay effects from clean to extreme distorted,
resonating never ending delays :-)
- 12dB resonance filter
- Low cut filter
- Limiter with distortion
for rising feedbacks or loud inputs
- Delay time and feedback
for each channel (linkable)
- Input signal swap (L/R
- Filter feedback and filter
fx mode (filter in feedback path or as post fx)
- Filter mode for input
(input signal will be filtered too)
- Easy to use midi learn