Soundtoys Echoboy - owners happy with it?

Discussion in 'Mixing, Post-Production, and Effects' started by Rob Elliott, Oct 10, 2018.

  1. wst3

    wst3 my office these days

    Apr 2, 2010
    Pottstown, PA
    Definitely among my favorite delay plugins, based on sound and cool little tricks it can do.

    Much like reverb I've yet to find one delay plugin that does everything. Echoboy comes awfully close, and were I not so lazy maybe it even does?

    I don't think you can go wrong with any of the ST plugins.
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  2. j_kranz

    j_kranz Active Member

    Nov 23, 2011
    U-he’s new Color Copy delay may also be worth a look, havent tried it yet but been meaning to.
  3. Geoff Grace

    Geoff Grace Senior Member

    Apr 15, 2009
    Computer Music reviewed Colour Copy in the latest issue. They said it "sounds utterly awesome at pretty much every setting." They also said that Timeless 2 or EchoBoy might be more intuitive, while adding that Colour Copy is worth the learning curve. They gave EchoBoy 10/10 when reviewing it some time ago and Colour Copy received 9/10 in the current issue.

    In other words, yes, Colour Copy (and of course EchoBoy) is worth a serious look.


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  4. KMA

    KMA Member

    Sep 25, 2017
    Echoboy is killer. But really, everything from SoundToys is killer. I love each and every one of those effects.

    The bundle is worth every penny, especially if you find it discounted on Black Friday.
  5. heisenberg

    heisenberg Senior Member

    Sep 27, 2016
    Soundtoys has periodically offered one of their plugins for free. In the past if you have one of these "free" plugins it will count towards having a plugin which will get you a discount on buying the bundle on one of their sales. Get on the mailing list so you will know when and if they announce one of their plugins is for free over a short period of time. Think it has happened twice over the last year or so.
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  6. Dietz

    Dietz Space Explorer

    Echoboy is on pretty much all my mixes, maybe with the exception of the most puristic orchestral recordings - and even there I could find use for it if I would give it a try.

    I'd say that this plug-in and Vienna Suite's Master EQ cover about 60 to 70 percent of all processing and effect needs in my pop/rock/EDM mixes. :)

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