New video tutorial of ValhallaFreqEcho

James Muir has posted a great overview/tutorial on ValhallaFreqEcho. Besides an overview of the features, he shows how to automate the plugin in Logic. Which I really need to learn how to do.

You can find more of James’ tutorials at

About the author:

Sean Costello is the "algorithmic reverb plugin wizard" [citation needed] at Valhalla DSP.

Comments (3)

    1. I really like what you’ve done here. Are all the pitch-shifted echos ValhallaFreqEcho? I need to listen to Fourth World Vol. 1 again – it’s the only Hassell I own. Putting all your music in iTunes is convenient, but it is also a good way to lose track of cool stuff due to the sheer mass of music.

  1. I’m having a lot of fun with this delay. I have several others but this one’s got some kind of ‘je ne sais quoi’. There’s something about it that makes me want to keep tweaking long after I’ve dismissed other processors. The sounds it creates, the simplicity of the parameters, the layout of the controls, the (refreshing!) 2D interface; all these in combination make for a really addictive little plugin.

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