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Echoes T7E by Audiority (Plugin Review)

Audiority's Echoes T7E is an analog Modelled Italian Magnetic Echo Plugin, which is based on a magnetic spinning drum with both record and playback heads arranged around a recording wire wound around the drum circumference. This solution provides better stability over the usual tape transport with reduced wow and flutter.

They modeled both the mechanic and the electronics of the magnetic echo plugin, it features 3 different playback modes allowing you to set different spinning speeds or even synchronize it to your host tempo extending the original delay length from ~310ms up to ~1100ms.

►Key Features

  • Analog Modeled Vintage Tube Echo
  • 3 Playback Modes: Classic, Varispeed, and Sync
  • 4 Playback Heads (equally spaced)
  • EM81 “Magic Eye” Tube Level Indicator
  • 3 Echo Modes: Echo, Repeat, and Swell
  • 12 Heads combinations
  • Tone, Error, and Volume controls for each head
  • Independent panning for each head
  • Stereo Spread
  • Heads Pan Law
  • Magnetic Drum Age and Speed settings
  • Internal hum noise (for increased realism and self-oscillation)
  • Input Tube Low Cut
  • PE 603 style head switching matrix (NEW v2.0)
  • Delay Extension (up to 11s with Speed at minimum) (NEW v2.0)
  • Pre-amp mode (with Delay Extension set to 0) (NEW v2.0)
  • Output Booster (NEW v2.0)
  • Speed Filter (NEW v2.0)
  • Lite Mode (NEW v2.0)

►System Requirements

PC

  • Windows 7 or later (64-bit Only)
  • Intel i5 or higher
  • 2GB RAM
  • Screen resolution: 1024×768
  • VST2, VST3 64-bit host
  • PT 11+ AAX 64-bit host

MAC

  • OSX 10.8 or later (64-bit Only)
  • Intel i5 or higher
  • 2GB RAM
  • Screen resolution: 1024×768
  • VST2, VST3, AU 64-bit host
  • PT 11+ AAX 64-bit host

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