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iZotope DDLY Dynamic Delay

Dual Delay Plugin

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DDLY Dynamic Delay responds to your track's musical dynamics to create versatile and intriguing delays. It's a one-of-a-kind effects plug-in that delays the signal differently depending on the character of the sound, without turning your track to aural mud. Adjust the threshold to split your signal based on transients, then send it down two separate analog or granular delay paths.


Two delays in one

DDLY is actually two separate delays!  DDLY analyzes your audio based on an adjustable threshold to determine what to send to the top delay and what to send to the bottom delay. Adjust the Intensity to affect how strongly the signal is split between the two - great for a punchy delay on the harder, transient crack of your drums and a shuffling delay on the main beat elements.


Customize your delay

Manipulate the settings in each delay independently or in sync with the other. Choose analog mode to produce warm lo-fi delays with smearing and nostalgic degradation, or choose Grain for melodic, symphonic, and futuristic sounds.  Crank the Feed and Trash knobs to throw in some extra destruction, or use the parallel dry/wet knobs to add just the right amount of sweetness.

DYNAMIC INTENSITY: DDLY intelligently analyzes the dynamics of your incoming audio to determine what to delay. This means that DDLY will react differently depending on how hard you push Threshold and Intensity, just like a compressor!

TWO DELAY ALGORITHMS: Each of DDLY’s two delays can be toggled between one of two algorithms. Analog emulates the smearing quality of a classic lo-fi analog delay. Grain splits the audio into multiple grains of adjustable size and pitch for truly unique effects.

UNLIMITED POSSIBILITIES: Each delay line includes fully independent controls for distortion, filtering, and widening. Dial in a simple ⅛ note workhorse delay with a single line, or go crazy and combine both on full intensity to really let the juices flow.