It also models the filter from the classic MS-20 synth.
There’s no shortage of delay plug-ins available for producers (free or otherwise), but a new free plug-in called Spaceship Delay is worth a look if you want something a little more unusual than Ableton Live’s stock effect.
Plug-in developer Ivan Cohen took inspiration from Korg’s Monotron Delay for the VST, and added a spring reverb simulation based on Dynacord’s Echocord Super 76 tape delay unit.
There are also four filter algorithms included in the plug-in, some of which are recreations of those found in existing hardware, including Korg’s classic MS-20 and the Meeblip Anode and Triode synths.
Spaceship Delay has three primary delay modes: single, ping pong, and dual/stereo. However, it also has many other built-in effects for shaping the delay sounds, including bitcrusher, vintage phaser, tube preamp and freeze switch for looping.
As well as having a function based on Korg’s Monotron Delay, Cohen has also included a spring reverb based on Dynacord’s Echocord Super 76 tape delay unit.
It’s also friendly for novices: Cohen has included an embedded tutorial in the plug-in that tells how to use all the functions and even how to recreate classic delay effects vocal doubling and ambient soundscapes.