by Interruptor
3.5 / 5     (8 votes)
EchoLive features a tap tempo function which makes it easy to create echoes that fit the timing of a live band.
  • the delay time can be defined by tapping the tempo with the mouse or on a midi keyboard
  • alternatively the delaytime can also be set manually or synchronized with the host application
  • tape model including tape saturation, tape hiss, wow & flutter, low and high pass filtering, smooth parameter for continuous delay time changes like on a real tape delay
  • stereo-control: ping pong delay, time symmetry, stereo width
  • all parameters are controllable by midi controllers
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ricue Jul 07 2017
(5 / 5)
Jul 07 2017
Just what I was looking for to replace my delay pedal for playing live. The only vst with a simple but flexible tap tempo that I could find. The sound is great too, textured and great for synths.
Luis Tamayo Zegers Sept 16 2014
(3 / 5)
Sept 16 2014
I tried it but I didn't understand anything.
Jan Roos May 22 2014
(5 / 5)
May 22 2014
NOT terrible sound. Jesus, it's a tape and saturation delay, it's SUPPOSED to sound that way, old and worn out. Some people's eagerness to bash things they clearly don't understand... This is a great delay for that retro Boards Of Canada sound.
Joash Oteba Nov 08 2013
Nov 08 2013
The best echo I've ever used.
Stan May 18 2014
May 18 2014
Totally agree. Especial for old keys and guitar.
LANIGuitaristProducer Nov 18 2011
(0 / 5)
Nov 18 2011
Very terrible sound. Terrible echo.