UVI Relayer 1.5 – Free Update With New Features, Extra Presets And More


UVI just released Relayer version 1.5, a free update to their variable multi-tap delay effect, which includes tons of new features.

Expanding the capabilities of Relayer, version 1.5 adds a diffusion section, allowing for the creation of reverb-style effects by way of producing a dense delay tail.

A new signal ducker is also included, which allows users to create classic side-chain pumping effects or preserve the dry input signal in the mix for more intelligible results.

In the FX section, UVI’s Phasor effect is now available, with Frequency, Order, Feedback, Spread and Depth parameters.

The update also delivers feature enhancements including a Mix parameter in the Redux effect, for blending the dry and wet signal, as well as a selection of new practical IRs in the Color section.

Version 1.5 increases the factory library with dozens of new expertly crafted presets, including a new set called Studio Essentials, created by MixbusTV, which features a range of utilitarian and commonly-used patches created for use in their studio.

Relayer represents the evolution of delay effect design, delivering an efficient and inspiring workflow that enables users to dial in everything from basic delays to radical rhythmic multi-effects with speed, precision and natural musicality.

Relayer is compatible with current versions of all major DAWs on both Mac and Windows platforms (VST, AU and AAX).
A single license includes 3 activations that can be used on any combination of individual computer systems or iLok keys. A 15 day trial versions is available free through uvi.net.

Pricing and Availability
Relayer 1.5 is a free update for all licensed Relayer users, available immediately through ‘My Products’ page on uvi.net.

Don’t have Relayer yet? No worries! It’s available as a special offer for $79 / 79€ through May 29th, 2017 on uvi.net (regularly $129 / 129€).

For further information, including sound demos and videos, visit the Relayer product page.

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