Retro Delay

Retro Delay

by e-phonic
by Daniel Strongin

Retro Delay is a flexible all round delay effect in VST format.
It has the character and sound of a vintage delay unit but features many modern options. Besides delays, it can produce a wide range of modulation, chorus, flanger and phaser effects.


  • Independent left and right channel delay lines.
  • BPM synced or manual times (up to 6 seconds).
  • Forwards or backwards delays.
  • X-feedback (ping pong).
  • '1 feedback pass', there will always be 1 feedback.
  • Optional negative feedback for phaser/flanger effects.
  • Optional short delay times for phaser/flanger effects.
  • Integrated automatic limiter.
  • 2 BPM synced LFOs 1 modulates filter cutoff, the other the delay time.
    (only available for forwards delay).

    • 4 LFO modes, sine, triangle, ramp, envelope follower.
    • LFO, left/right channel inverse options.
  • 24dB/oct resonant filter placed in the feedback path - Switchable lowpass, bandpass, highpass, low shelf and high shelf mode.
  • Saturation - Saturate and limit parameters, 2 different types.
  • Old-school spring reverb - Size, color and mix parameters, Optional mono mode.
  • Fade out option, when using high feedback settings - Fade out time parameter.
  • Pitchbend wheel, for smooth delay time changes.

Latest Versions:

PC: 1.0.3



Daniel Strongin
San Francisco

Daniel is a caffeine dependent, entrepreneur, music producer, sound design junkie, and world traveler crazy about teaching modern electronic music production through his site SoundShock. You can get in contact with him at

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