Rob Papen puts out DelSane virtual stereo delay effect plug-in with disruptive split-personality-styled behaviour.
Rob Papen Inspiration Soundware announces DelSane — deviating down an appropriately-named virtual effect plug-in pathway as a stereo delay with ‘Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde’ behaviour by swinging between an easy-to-use, lovely-sounding ‘sane’ stereo tape delay and dynamically-changing disruptive ‘insane’ delay types.
Think of DelSane as a two-sided — split-personality-style — concept with the first (sane) side being a smooth-sounding tape delay that can be easily used as a stereo or mono delay and the second (insane) side acting as a creative conduit to thinking out of the box with delay effects.
DelSane is available as a 64-bit AAX-, AU-, and VST-compatible effect plug-in for Mac (OS X 10.12 – macOS 11) and as a 32- and 64-bit VST-compatible effect plug-in for PC (Windows 7/8/10) — with 64-bit AAX compatibility available for PT 12 or higher (PC) — at a time-limited introductory promo price of €29.00 EUR/$29.00 USD until May 15, 2021 — rising thereafter to an MAP (Minimum Advertised Price) of €35.00 EUR/$35.00 USD — from authorised Rob Papen dealers worldwide or as a download directly from Rob Papen itself for the same pricing from here: https://www.robpapen.com/DelSane.html