iZotope DDLY Dynamic Delay Effects Plug-In (Download)

iZotope DDLY Dynamic Delay Effects Plug-In (Download)

iZotope DDLY Dynamic Delay Effects Plug-In (Download)

iZotope DDLY Dynamic Delay Effects Plug-In (Download)

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iZotope DDLY Dynamic Delay Effects Plug-In (Download)

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Product Highlights

  • Dual Delay Lines
  • Adjustable Threshold Send
  • Adjustable Intensity Split
  • Analog or Grain Modes
  • Responsive Interface
  • Automatable
  • AAX Native, AudioSuite, RTAS
  • Audio Units, VST2, VST3
  • Mac OS X, Windows
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The DDLY Dynamic Delay from iZotope is a plug-in featuring two delay lines that respond dynamically to the source material. The user is able to adjust the threshold to split the signal based on transients, and then send it down two separate analog or granular delay paths. For instance, one could set up the delay on a drum track to only add echo to the harder attacks of the kick and snare, without adding delay to the buzz from the snares, room noise, or a sloppy high hat that would make the mix sound muddy or crowded.

It is easy to emphasize the full range of the vocal take with a subtle delay on the verse, and a more intense delay on the bigger moments in the chorus. Try it on guitars to add delay and echo to only the loudest parts of a performance, and not touch the more intimate moments. And in all these scenarios, the delay can be automated over the course of a whole mix to add movement and variety.

Two delays in one
Analyzes audio based on an adjustable threshold to determine what to send to the top delay and what to send to the bottom delay
Adjust the Intensity to affect how strongly the signal is split between the two, for a punchy delay on the harder, transient crack of drums and a shuffling delay on the main beat elements
Analog or Grain modes on both delays
Analog produces warm lo-fi delays with smearing and nostalgic degradation
Grain produces melodic, symphonic, and futuristic sounds for new soundscapes
Responsive interface reacts to the source material for real-time visual feedback
Set up automation in the audio host to engage the dynamic delay on a mix
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Supported Sample Rate 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4, and 192 kHz
System Requirements Mac
OS X 10.8 to 10.11
Host software that supports AAX Native (64-bit), Audio Units (32-/64-bit), AudioSuite DPM and AAX, RTAS (32-bit), VST2 (32-/64-bit), or VST3 (32-/64-bit) plug-in formats

Windows 7, 8, 10
Host software that supports AAX Native (64-bit), AudioSuite DPM and AAX, RTAS (32-bit), VST2 (32-/64-bit), or VST3 (32-/64-bit) plug-in formats

All listed plug-in formats include support for automation except for AudioSuite DPM and AudioSuite AAX
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