Davisynth Audio has published Spiral Delay, a free variable ping-pong delay plugin for macOS (Apple Silicon support) and Windows.
There are tons of free delay plugins out there. Many of them are classically oriented and have the same bread-and-butter features. Spiral Delay is a ping pong delay, nothing new either, but it has its own characteristics that make it exciting.
Spiral Delay is a new free delay plugin that produces a variable ping-pong effect that slowly pans echos back and forth rather than hard panning left/right for each echo. The developer says:
It is a step up from your basic ping-pong delay! It makes echoes that slowly pan back and forth at an adjustable speed. This amounts to a ping-pong style delay but instead of switching between hard-left and hard-right panning, there are intermediate panning steps.
The plugin gives you control over the dry/wet, mid/side, twist rate, decay, delay, and reference. Spiral Delay also hosts a bandpass filter controllable with cutoff and bandwidth controls. There is also DAW tempo-matching built-in, probably DAW sync.
Davisynth Audio Spiral Delay is available now as a free download. It runs as a VST3 and AU plugin on macOS (Intel + native Apple Silicon) and Windows.
More information to download it here: Davisynth Audio
If you love free delay plugins, don’t miss the Wasted Audio DLAY, another fresh free delay plugin. It’s not a groundbreaking new delay, but it’s a solid one that’s great for beginners as it’s straightforward from the features and from the interface.