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Excellent for Delay Some Wild Sounds - Reviews PSP Audioware PSP 608 MultiDelay

Value For Money : Correct Audience: Advanced Users
Hey all,

I got the 608 MultiDelay a while back and it is definitely an interesting piece of gear. For most simple Delay tasks it's not my go-to, but for something a little more creative it is definitely a good tool.

It's a powerful delay and at first glimpse is quite scary-looking. Simply put, you have an incredible amount of control with this plug-in. That's why I said it's not my go-to, because it's frankly unnecessary for a simple slap-back or stereo delay function. That being said, it can certainly do those things and the sound is quite good. It comes with a large library of presets that really show off the more complex functionality, for users who might feel overwhelmed, as I first did, with the sheer amount of options on this thing.

What I particularly like about this plug-in is the tape saturation and reverb features. These can really help give some warmth and depth to your delay sound without needing to reach for any other tools.

I haven't had any issues or bugs with this particular product and, although it takes up a bit more CPU than a simpler delay would, I don't normally have problems running this, even on a CPU heavy project. That being said, I don't normally have or need more than one instance of this thing open so I can't comment on it being used on many tracks simultaneously. It's a solid product and if you're a delay freak then you will likely have endless hours of fun dialing in weird and complex patterns in the eight channels, which are all separately controllable and include features like gain, stereo field width and balance, delay time, filtering and modulation.

Price was decent. If you are looking for something like this, get it and go nuts!