Echoes T7E ,

Analog Modelled Italian Magnetic Echo Plugin. VST, AU and AAX.

$65.00 $48.75

Product ID: 4969 SKU: AUDPLG10 Categories: , Tags: , , , , , ,

Echoes T7E is a faithful recreation of a vintage tube magnetic echo made in Italy in the early ‘60s. This echo effect unit is based on a magnetic spinning drum with both record and playback heads arranged around a recording wire wound around the drum circumference. This solution provides better stability over the usual tape transport with reduced wow and flutter.


Current version: v1.2 (October 2018)

Since the main “core” of this effect is based on the above mechanism, we modelled both the mechanics and the electronics. Echoes T7E also provides 3 different playback modes allowing you to set different spinning speed or ever synchronize it to your host tempo extending the original delay length from ~310ms up to ~1100ms.

Echoes T7E Specifications

  • Analog Modeled Vintage Tube Echo
  • 3 Playback Modes: Classic, Varispeed and Sync
  • 4 Playback Heads (equally spaced)
  • EM81 “Magic Eye” Tube Level Indicator
  • 3 Echo Modes: Echo, Repeat and Swell
  • 12 Heads combinations
  • Tone, Error and Volume controls for each head
  • Independent panning for each head (NEW v1.1)
  • Stereo Spread (NEW v1.1)
  • Heads Pan Law (NEW v1.2)
  • Magnetic Drum Age and Speed settings
  • Internal hum noise (for increased realism and self oscillation)
  • Input Tube Low Cut (NEW v1.1)

System Requirements

PC

  • Windows XP SP3 or later
  • Intel i3 or higher
  • 2GB RAM
  • Screen resolution: 1024×768
  • VST2, AAX 32-bit or 64-bit host

MAC

  • OSX 10.7.5 or later
  • Intel i3 or higher
  • 2GB RAM
  • Screen resolution: 1024×768
  • VST2, AU and AAX 32-bit or 64-bit host

In demo mode the plug-in will output silence for 3 seconds every minute.

Echoes T7E v1.2 – Demo PC
Echoes T7E v1.2 – Demo OSX
Echoes T7E User Manual download

v1.2 (October 2018)
– FIX: Wrong feedback strength
– NEW: Heads Pan Law setting
– Breaking Change:
v1.1 had a wrong feedback strength due to the volume loss from the new panning feature.
If you started a new project with v1.1, please open the Extra Settings panel,
set the Pan Law as Pan -3dB and re-save your preset

v1.1 (September 2018)
– FIX: Buttons not automating
– FIX: Output volume still too low
– NEW: Framework update with new paths
– NEW: Drum Stop as parameter
– NEW: Stereo Spread
– NEW: Panning for each head
– NEW: Input Tube Low Cut

v1.0.2 (December 2017)
– FIX: Harsh noise when bypassed (mono to stereo)
– FIX: Dry signal passing on wet channel when the magnetic drum stops

v1.0.1 (November 2017)
– FIX: Right channel not working as stereo send
– FIX: Click while changing SWITCH value
– FIX: Output volume too low
– FIX: Extra parameters panel disabled by default
– FIX: Installer detecting wrong home folder on Mac
– IMP: Better CPU performance

v1.0 (November 2017)
– Original release

4 reviews for Echoes T7E

  1. Steve Chahley

    Steve Chahley (verified owner)

    Killer in every way……sounds fantastic. Magic sauce!!

    The only thing I’d add would be a master output trim…..

  2. Ian Finney

    Seven Hertz (verified owner)

    If you produce any music with a lo-fi element, with a 50’s or 60’s vibe, this is the delay you need. The analog modeling is among the best I’ve heard and it sounds completely organic. I make original Rock & Roll music and nothing comes as close as this to getting that ‘Sun Studios’ 1950’s rockabilly sound. A real gem.

  3. Sabine Sauer

    Sabine Sauer (verified owner)

    Freakin awesome! I could listen to it for hours! The only plugin that can compete with my OTO BIM!

  4. Derek Cook (verified owner)

    I will be playing Pink Floyd’s Echoes in “Welsh Floyd”, when we get going again as a band in 2019, so have been looking for a long time to get a plugin version of this classic echo unit to go with Arturia Farfisa V to get that iconic Farfisa/Echorec sound in a plug in format.

    I am so glad I found Echoes T7E. I think it nails the sound perfectly. After demoing for five minutes last night I was hooked. After 10 minutes I was playing the Farfisa part of Echoes, and it sounded pretty close to the original with this combination!

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