Bouncing Ball Delay Effect For Mac

Sinevibes releases Dispersion AU plug-in      27/02/17

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Sinevibes has announced Dispersion, which they describe as a unique delay modeling effect for Mac. This is what they have to say about it...

"Via a special formula developed at Sinevibes, Dispersion configures multiple delay lines so that their times are spread in a non-linear fashion - but always summing up to a defined rhythmical duration. As a result, this delay network sounds like a natural phenomenon, yet with its timing precisely synchronized to the beat. Featuring multiple feedback tail shaping and modulation options, Dispersion is not only capable of doing 'bouncing ball delay' effects, but also scattering reflections, shuffle delays, stereo-widening choruses and grainy reverbs.

As always in a Sinevibes product, this plugin includes a color-coded user interface with a clean and simple layout. It has good contrast and highly legible typography that work well in both studio and outdoor lighting. Plus, thanks to its animated elements, Dispersion always brings a touch of fun and enjoyment to your workflow."


Dispersion supports OS X 10.6 or later running on 32 or 64 bit Intel Macs, and works with any application that supports Audio Unit effect plugins.

SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Up to 16 connected delay lines with non-linear time spread formula.
  • Variable feedback with gradual and stepped fade modes.
  • Variable low-frequency and high-frequency feedback damping.
  • Adjustable delay time modulation with stereo phase offset.
  • Color-coded user interface with animated transitions between settings.
  • Fully hardware-accelerated graphics rendering with support for Retina screen resolution.


Pricing and Availability:
Dispersion is available now for $29.
An entire collection of Sinevibes plugins, including 21 instruments and effects, can also be purchased for a new price of $249.

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