Imperial Delay was designed from the beginning with two goals: Be the most powerful delay, and be easy to use. As it turns out, those two requirements tend to be at odds with each other. Some delays give you lots of control but require you to get out your lab coat and calculator in order to use it. Other delays sound great with only a couple knobs, but give you almost no options. Imperial Delay does both. Every option that you would need in a delay is available at the twist of a single knob. If you need more control over those effects, you can enter the advanced controls and experiment to your heart’s content.
Here is a list of the new main features (1.0 -> 1.5):
– Separate control over Left and Right delays
– New Presets
– Better Preset Management
– A/B bank
– Improved Smear algorithm
– Less RAM
– Removed the infernal spinning tape
– Improved feel of feedback knob (and reduced feedback range)
– Feedback disable button
– New Preset location for windows
– Much Smoother Feedback limiting (no more out of control feedback)
– Fixed VST3 automation issue in some DAWs
– Fixed some odd things in the RTAS graphics on OSX.
– Other minor bug fixes