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Posted: Sun Nov 13, 2005 12:43 am
by interruptor
<img src=" ... 3/1046.jpg" alt="ECHOLIVE"> <BR> <BR>this is a tape delay plug-in built specifically for live use. <BR>- tap tempo feature <BR>- soundcard latency compensation. <BR> <BR>enjoy.. <BR> <BR>if you regularly use it i'd appreciate a donation &#40;click paypal button on download page&#41; <BR> <BR><a href="">download page</a>


Posted: Sun Nov 13, 2005 12:49 am
by uffe
thanks =&#41;

Delay time

Posted: Mon Feb 25, 2008 4:17 am
by borstis
Hey, I really dig this plugin. I first tried it on my old computer with windows xp. I Have a new one now that shipped with xp. To make sure I could run my old plugz, I degraded to xp. Now when i try the old presets in the new box, it's just impossible to get the delay times right.

Could it be because I'm now on a SATA disc drive?

Posted: Mon Feb 25, 2008 11:50 pm
by interruptor
Very strange.. I don't think this is related to your disc drive. I also have no clue what else it could be, sorry :-?

Posted: Wed Feb 27, 2008 8:41 am
by KoCha
I've got a SATA HDD, but didn't used this vst for a while, gonna check it one of this day and give u feedback.

Delay Ay ay

Posted: Thu Feb 28, 2008 5:41 pm
by borstis
Ok, so I tried it again, this time creating a new project (Ableton live), and it works fine.
I Still don´t understand though why opening old ableton live projects on the new box doesn´t work right. The same thing happened when I tried to open them on a friends computer who also downgraded from vista to XP.

Anyway, I really like this plugin and will use it for future live sets.
Right now I'm working on our first EP, soon on

One love

Posted: Thu Feb 28, 2008 10:46 pm
by interruptor
Are you still on the same version of Ableton Live? That might me be a source of incompatibility as well.

Good Luck with your release.. :smile:


Posted: Sat Mar 01, 2008 4:05 pm
by borstis
Nope, still on the same version...
Not a big problem though since I will make new sets.

Thank you for feedback and encouragement!

1L 8-)

Posted: Sat Apr 12, 2008 2:27 pm
by adamzuf
The plug is great, but the pitch is changing when you tap a new tempo, can this be fixed?

The ping pong could use a touch IMO - in order to hear enough of the right side (after the left put out the first delay), you have to feedback a lot. I don't how it's made in units like the TC D-Two, but you can have more ping pong in there without loading the mix too much.

Anyway, great work, man.


Posted: Tue Apr 15, 2008 8:21 pm
by interruptor
Hi Adam
The pitch changing happens because I intentionally smoothed out the delay time switch-over. The amount of smoothing can be set using the "SMOOTH TRANSITION" control. As far as I remember it's not possible to completely eliminate the smoothing because that would result in ugly digital clicks.
In fact the idea was to emulate the behaviour of a tape delay. These do pitch shifts when the delay time is changed by increasing or decreasing the tape motor speed.
Regarding the ping pong intensity I will have a close look when updating the plug-in the next time. (If I will ever get a chance to do that..)

EchoLive version 1.1 is ready for download

Posted: Sun Jan 13, 2013 12:13 pm
by interruptor
EchoLive version 1.1 is now ready for download.

- Rebuilt with the current version of Synthedit. This should solve the problems some people have been experiencing in WIN7.
- New: You can now assign any midi controller you want to any of the controls using the right-click context menu.

Download page: