VescoFX – Cross Delay Advanced Stereo Delay Plugin 1.0.0 – WORKING (VST) [WiN x86]

By | January 12, 2021


Year / Date of Issue: 2011
Version: 1.0.0
Developer: VescoFX
Developer site: benvesco
Format: VST
Bit depth: 32bit
Tabletka: cured | R2R
System requirements: Works as 32-bit audio plugin on Windows OS

Description: Cross Delay allows you to create extended stereo delays in your mixes in one plugin. Say goodbye to configuring multiple plugins in parallel with complex routing schemes. The controls to route echo output between channels are the unique heart of this VST plugin.
Each echo can be sent to the opposite channel of the original signal (the echo of the left channel is heard from the right), or subsequent echoes can play ping-pong between channels. The modulation section allows you to tune delayed sound with a dynamic combination of depth and speed with a single control with realistic settings across the entire range.
Add independent output controls and adaptive damping and the end result is a delay plugin capable of providing lively and immersive delays for all your mixing needs, from home studio to pro.
About release
The previous ASSiGN release was incorrectly cracked.
Before the big wave, Santa brought you some nice retro toys. Some of them have never been released before, some have now been fixed or optimized for the latest version of Windows, some have been heavily protected.
Since you have a much faster computer than 20 years ago, try running these older systems at a higher sampling rate (96kHz or higher) and rediscovering your hidden gems (if the plugin supports that frequency), the difference is the same as night and day.
We tested our release on the latest build of Windows 10 x64. Some deprecated features use deprecated features from the old VSTSDK. If you can’t get your hosts working properly, try a bridge like PatchWork, MetaPlugin, jBridge, etc. MetaPlugin also has an oversampling option to run these legacy higher sample rates.

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