About Solid state delay
Solid state delay units using analog bucket brigade delay circuits became available in the 1970s and were briefly a mainstream alternative to tape echo. The earliest known design, was prototyped at a Boston-based sound reinforcement company in 1976. The core technology used a Reticon SAD1024 IC. This chip and design found its way into the well known Rockman amplifier some years later. In the 1980s, this design was used by BOSS for their mass production product. Though solid state analog delays are less flexible than digital delays and generally have shorter delay times, several classic models such as the discontinued Boss DM-2 are still sought after for their “warmer”, more natural echo quality and progressively decaying echos…
Requirements: You will need to install the iLok License Manager(free) on each computer, and you can download it from the iLok website. The iLok License Manager requires one of the following operating systems: For Mac: Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion) or above . Before you’re able to launch software protected by iLok, the iLok License Manager app will need to see that there is a valid license present on your system. No iLok required!
Compatibility: Any 64bit support Mac Computers MacOS 10.10 or higher,
AAX versions require Pro Tools 11.1.3 or higher,
VST versions recommended for Cubase 7.x, 8.X, or higher, and Nuendo 6.5 or higher
AU versions recommended for Logic X, or higher,