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PSP StompDelay Review: Complete Tutorial with Sound Demo





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Published on Mar 31, 2016

PSP StompDelay Review: Complete Tutorial with Sound Demo

In this 25-minute video, I walk you through every feature in the new PSP StompDelay plugin as well as show you several examples of it in action. This new plugin from PSP sounds absolutely amazing on guitar and bass, but also is capable of creating some CRAZY wild effects!

Want to hear just how powerful the PSP StompDelay really is? Check out the dub groove improv jam in the middle of the video and you'll hear how gorgeous StompDelay sounds. Towards the end of the video, I try the StompDelay on my voice and the results are BONKERS.

This is the best delay FX for creative sound design and sound effects that I've used in a long, long time. The StompDelay is yet another winner from PSP.

In my opinion, the PSP StompDelay is the strongest when used as a creative sound design plugin - it will transform your pads or soundscapes INSTANTLY into insanity or chaos if pushed hard.

The PSP StompDelay is so much fun to just tweak and mess around with...truly an inspiring plugin!

For the intro price of $49 it's a steal. Highly recommended. If you like this plugin, check out their ECHO too - it's a full fledged tape echo delay that is among the best out there...

If you just want to hear the PSP StompDelay in action, here are the audio demos in this video:
Glide 12:15 (demo)
Infinity Looper 12:33 (demo)
Emotional Solo Piano 12:54 (crazy pitch and echo effects)
Emotional Solo Piano 13:12 (crazy pitch and echo effects)
Emotional Solo Piano 13:40 (fluttering delay)
Emotional Solo Piano 14:03 (ambient delay)
Dub Piano Groove 1 (over bass and drums) 14:15 (spacious ping-pong delay)
Dub Piano Groove 2 (over bass and drums) 15:00 (heavy flanging and pitch wobbles)
Dub Piano Groove 3 (over bass and drums) 15:17 (ping-pong variations)
Dub Piano Groove 4 (over bass and drums) 15:31 (pitch modulation echoes)
Dub Piano Groove 5 (over bass and drums) 16:02 (flanging, messy pitch and wide-stereo panning delay with heavy tape effects)
Dub Piano Groove 6 (over bass and drums) 16:33 (classic dub delay with a twist, heavy tape glide and pitch)
Dub Piano Groove 7 (over bass and drums) 17:00 (classic dub delay with a twist, long echoes)
Solo Piano Intro Jam Groove 17:50 (pitch effects and flanging)
Jazz Piano Opening Riff 18:45 (chorus and LFO effects)
Guitar Solo 19:19 (gorgeous "Instant Warmth" preset)
Bass Solo 19:58 (classic ping-pong goodness and doubler)
My Voice 20:54 (insanity! chaos!)

Final Thoughts and Review 21:40
Advice - Suggestions 22:25

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