Parameters and Features
The aXDelay has the following parameters and features for creative control of your Ambisonic sound field:
- Five individual delay modules – control 5 modules each with their own delay, feedback and placement in the sound field.
- Delay Time (manual or sync’d to DAW tempo) – control how much delay there is between the direct sound and the echo.
- Delay Gain – the level of the delayed signal relative to the dry input signal
- Feedback Gain – the gain applied to the feedback signals. Lower gains lead to faster decay.
- Yaw, pitch and roll rotation of delay signal direction – rotate the sound field relative to the original so the echoes arrive from a different point on the 3D sphere.
- Individual tap bypass – bypass individual delay modules.
- Dry Level – control the level of the dry input signal.
- Wet Level – control the level of all delayed signal modules.
- Ambisonic Order Detection: processing automatically matches the order of the input signal to optimise CPU usage when working with lower orders than the maximum available to the plugin.
Input: AmbiX (SN3D/ACN) format Ambisonics.
Output: AmbiX (SN3D/ACN) format Ambisonics.
- AAX (64 bit) for Windows – Requires Pro Tools Ultimate or Studio.
- AAX (Apple Silicon/Intel) for Mac – Requires Pro Tools Ultimate or Studio.
- VST3 (64 bit) for Windows.
- VST3 (Apple Silicon/Intel) for OSX.
Available Versions: The aXDelay is available with 3 levels of spatial resolution, with different maximum Ambisonic orders:
- a1Delay – delay effect for first-order Ambisonic signals.
- a3Delay – delay effect for up-to third-order Ambisonic signals.
- a7Delay – delay effect for up-to seventh-order Ambisonic signals.
Seventh order Ambisonics requires a massive 64 channels for each track! Not all DAWs can handle this so please download the demo version to test if your DAW and workflow is compatible with this product – you might only need the first-order or third-order version!
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