I haven’t been blogging much lately. There has been a good reason. For the last 6+ months, I have been working on my latest plugin, ValhallaÜberMod. Today, it has finally been released.

ValhallaUberMod is a versatile multitap modulation delay, with various chorus modes allowing from 2 up to 32 independently modulated delay taps. The modulation combines slower, Dimension-style chorusing with faster vibrato oscillators, to allow the user to dial in a variety of choruses, flangers and vintage string ensembles. The taps can be spread out in time, have their amplitude shaped and their distribution randomized, to create nonlinear, gated and reverse reverb sounds, as well as echos that decay into delay clusters, metallic drones, and all sorts of stuff. With powerful Diffusion and Drive sections, a variety of diffuse delays, tape delays, and dark reverbs can be obtained. The list goes on and on.

Over the next few weeks, I will be posting an overview of ValhallaÜberMod. Starting with a high level overview and a bit of history, I’ll then explore each section of the plugin in detail, and then delve into tips and tricks. ÜberMod is more complicated than the earlier Valhalla DSP plugins, and I feel like I have only scratched the surface of what it can do.

So, go check it out!