Bleass Delay Review – Sonic Exploration Made Easy
Bleass Delay, their latest app, is a deceptively simple looking Audio Unit Delay effect.
The app has a nicely designed User Interface with the 3 main sections laid out with lots of controls at your fingertips.
From Left to Right the panel has:
Main Delay Line which will sync nicely to bpm if desired. There is also Ping Pong stereo delay button.
Shifter that plays with the pitch in the feedback stage of the delay
Filters (Low Pass and High Pass) that can create anything from warm tape style filtering delays through to Resonating harmonics and flange style effects
Each panel has an LFO that can be used to further stir things up. For example using the LFO in the Delay panel you can have the delay time sweep subtly or wildly. Another example is using LFO on the Filters to get some nice filter sweeping delays.
The 3 main panels also include a Stereo Phase control that allows you to scatter your source material further around in the Stereo Field. It is superb on electronic drums I got lost in Bleass Delay for some time running SeekBeats and Sector though it.
Wrapping It Up
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