Colour Copy - A Bucket-Brigade Delay Emulation

US Designed to capture the essence of the entire range of classic bucket brigade delays      16/08/18

U-He has released Colour Copy, a virtual analog effect inspired by classic bucket-brigade delays (BBD), but extended with modern features. This is  what they have to say about it...

"We called our new baby Colour Copy because it can deliver the kind of colouration people still love in classic BBD units, but with a wider variety of colours. Colour Copy started life as the little delay unit called Lyrebird we built into Repro-1, but the sound was too good not to be developed further and become an FX plug-in.

In most digital delays the delay time alters the size of the buffer. If you quickly modulate or sweep the delay time on a typical digital unit, unmusical glitches propagate through the feedback as the buffer is shortened or lengthened. Like a real BBD, Colour Copy changes the internal sample rate instead (i.e. how fast the 'buckets' pass on their content), and this is why Colour Copy is smooth with a capital SMOO!"

Features:

  • BBD-style analog delay, for the smoothest possible pitch effects
  • unique colour morphing, with saturation for non-linear effects such as distortion / resonance
  • 1ms to 1s or host-synched time base, scaled via rate control from 25% to 400%
  • dynamic ducking via envelope follower, with an option that preserves the initial delay
  • LFO (with dynamic frequency and depth) can modulate rate, tap position or amplitude.
  • MIDI note tracking and Freeze button (infinite loop) for wildest experimental effects
  • powerful preset browser with tag and/or text search functions
  • independent input and feedback routing options allow all possible stereo or mono combinations
  • 100 factory presets, NKS-compatible
  • UI instantly resizable from 70% to 200%
  • custom remote control via MIDI CC, 14-bit resolution option

 


 

Pricing and Availability:
€69

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