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Sunday, April 26, 2015

Review and Tutorial: Fabfilter Timeless 2


Hello and Welcome to a new article!
Today we will review a vst Delay made from Fabfilter, a producer that we have already extensively covered with our reviews in the past months.
Obviously, as for all the other Fabfilter products, the plugin is very complete, the interface has many diagrams, and there is a "simple mode" and an "expert mode" which lets us use midi automations too.
The basic interface has obviously the most common controls a delay has, such as "delay time", "feedback", "wet/dry mix", but you can also split the left and right channel and dial the settings indipendently, setting also a filter that will decide what part of the signal will be processed and what not.
The plugin also features 300 presets, divided by instrument, some of which are pretty much "mix ready".
The "expert mode" instead, lets us control the plugin with the Midi automations, and this can lead to some creative use, like step sequencing, or left-right bouncing.
Overall a nice sounding, very complete plugin!

Key Features taken from the website:


- Two delay lines (5 ms to 5 sec) with host tempo sync and panning
- Feedback, cross-feedback and phase inversion
- Tape delay or time-stretching behavior when changing the delay time
- Mid/side processing
- Freeze buffer option
- Over 300 presets
- Tap feature
- Two state-of-the-art multimode filters with filter panning and 11 characteristics
- Interactive filter display
- Easy drag-and-drop modulation with 24-slot modulation matrix
- Modulation source signal visualization
- Interactive MIDI Learn

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