ValhallaDelay Updated to 2.1.0. Two new modes: Quartz and PhaserDDL!

We are happy to announce the latest update to ValhallaDelay. The 2.1.0 update adds two new delay modes:

Quartz is a delay mode as transparent as its namesake. The Quartz mode takes the filtering out of the feedback loop, and incorporates a nearly colorless limiter, so your repeats can be as bright and shiny as you want them to be. Perfect for looping, clean echoes, bright flanging, and all sorts of pristine sounds.

PhaserDDL incorporates a digital delay with a 4/6/12 stage phase shifter on the outputs. The phase shifters are in the feedback loops, which results in psychedelic echoes with long delays. Turn the delay time and delay feedback down to zero, and PhaserDDL is a great stand-alone phaser. The Age knob is swapped out for a Res knob, to control the phase resonance. 

  • Single: same modulation for left and right channels 
  • Dual: quadrature modulation (0 degrees in left, 90 degrees in right)
  • Ratio: antiphase modulation (0 degrees in left, 180 degrees in right)
  • PingPong: antiphase modulation (0 degrees in left, 180 degrees in right)
  • Quad: 4 separate phase shifters, each running at a different rate, and each with antiphase modulation (0 degrees in left, 180 degrees in right). Select two or more Taps for a lush combination of phase shifting, or all 4 for a dense phase shifted stew.

In addition, the 2.1.0 update fixes an issue that affected project recall when using the VST3 in Studio One and FL Studio. In certain situations, the delay times would reset to 300 msec when opening a saved project.

The 2.1.0 update of ValhallaDelay is available to demo and purchase today. If you already own ValhallaDelay, the FREE update can be found by logging into your user account. We’re really excited about this new update, and we hope you enjoy it!

Comments (5)

  • Ronan McDermott

    Was shopping for a phaser pedal. No need now!! Thanks y’all!

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  • Troels Folmann

    You are the best!

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  • Harri

    This is the best plugin ever, hands down.

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  • Basicnoise

    I can’t resist. I think I’m delay addicted. I swear, this will be the last delay I’ll buy.
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    😀 😀 😀 Yea. Of course.

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  • Derek White

    Yes, I’ve been through the long lists of delay vsts and tried the demo of many.

    Once I’d done my assessment – there was one that fitted my needs. Valhalla Delay.

    The interface says “welcome” instead of a an off-putting overcrowded and cumbersome array of parameters.

    Valhalla delay says “use you ears – be involved” It says “experiment”. It’s a delay companion rather than a soulless tool. Well done and thanks from a grateful musician.

    It offers flexibility and great sounds and reliability.

    Brilliant. Money wasn’t a factor but what a bargain!

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