McDSP EC-300 Echo Collection
McDSP EC-300 Echo Collection is a Resolution Awards 2017 nominee with dozens of echo and chorus effects in a single plug-in, with additional character modes to create new and unique sounds.
HD v6: AAX DSP/Native, AU, VST3
Redefine The Way You Think About Delay
Who doesn't love a little delay?
Delays can add a depth in interesting ways: Short delays can add distance between instruments and long delays
A delay can also turn an otherwise simple part into a classic (U2 or Pink Floyd come to mind?)
But all too often, a simple delay plug-in can feel uninspiring.
Introducing The McDSP EC-300 Echo Collection
The 3 different delay types…Magnetic, Digital and Analog…can each be configured to model anything from old school tape-based echoes to bucket brigade delays. But on top of all these classics, there is also a full library of original McDSP designs to dig into. And all delay types can operate from single or dual delay time controls, or “ping pong” mode.
Now You Can...
Speed Up Your Workflow
Quickly and easily audition 3 amazing delay types: Magnetic, Analog and Digital, to get the exact sound you’re looking for!
Mix Without Limits
Customize your sound even more creatively with extra delay features such as Saturation, Wow, Flutter, Ducking, and more!
Go Beyond Hardware
Quickly and easily bounce back and forth between each delay type, because each one has its own distinct interface, and parameter values are retained as each different delay type is auditioned!
Create One-of-a-Kind Sounds
Modulate each type of delay to your own taste, thanks to a Sub-type menu included for each delay category!
Get That "High-End" Sound
Configure your delay perfectly with single, parallel or ping-pong modes synced to a specific BPM, session tempo or tapped tempo!
Expand Your Tonal Possibilities
Browse though a full library of 70 of McDSP’s Synthetic Impulse Models, from loudspeakers, walkie-talkies and megaphones, to ear buds, radios and fax machines, all from McDSP’s acclaimed Futzbox plugin, to make your tracks sound even more unique.
How Does The McDSP EC-300 Echo Collection Sound?
Features such as adjustable saturation, delay output ducking, in-loop filtering and EQ, level control at the input and output stages, and more, all help to make the character of your effect sound just right.
Now, technology has come a long way since the days of those original analog delays. That’s why the digital delay types in the EC-300 push the envelope even further by including additional EQ and filtering options, as well as McDSP’s Synthetic Impulse Models (SIMs) from their acclaimed Futzbox. The Futzbox is a distortion and noise generator for creating low fidelity versions of audio signals. So you can make your audio source sound like it’s coming through a walkie-talkie, a megaphone, ear buds, a radio, a cell phone, and even a fax machine.
How Easy Is The McDSP EC-300 Echo Collection To Use?
Now usually, with flexibility comes complexity. But not with the EC-300. Each delay type has its own unique user interface, with common controls between each module, to modify standard delay parameters such as delay feedback, delay time, tempo control, stereo field controls, balance, dynamics and more. And to make your workflow even faster and easier, delay parameter values are retained as you audition the different delay types.
Watch The McDSP EC-300 Echo Collection In Action
“Whether you’re using it for music production, sound design or post, the EC-300 is all you can ask for in a delay plug-in. It’s comprehensive, sounds great, easy to use, and creatively stimulating. McDSP has knocked this one out of the park.”
“I love the fact that you don’t have to have specific delays. You can get really down and dirty with interesting modulation effects.”
Why The McDSP EC-300 Echo Collection Is Such A Big Deal
- Three delay types – Magnetic, Digital, and Analog
- A wide variety of character modes per delay type
- Saturation, Wow, Flutter, Ducking, and other delay features
- Single, dual, and ping-pong delay operation
- Tap tempo and session sync
- Double precision processing
- Mono, stereo, and mono-to-stereo versions