I love that I don't need to add so many extra plugins to my delay chain because this thing has it all. From transient shaping to modulation and distortion its hard to beat this "all in one" delay plugin... Thanks again Bx!
by Bx console SSL 400 G
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Amazing Delay 2500
I installed and authorized the plug, added it as a send to a chunky and distorted rhythm guitar track, and started playing with the factory presets. I only got to the second preset, and something wonderful happened. After a few minor adjustments, I became intimately involved with the Feedback function and thought I was having some kind of flashback to a late 60s psychedelic trip. After just a few minutes, and automating the feedback to turn up at strategic points then back to original levels, this delay turned an already good track, into something quite amazing. Far out and groovy, y'all! It's also easy to add guts and girth to vocals with the bx delay 2500, too. I still have a lot to discover and learn about this plug, but I am so happy to have this as an option in the bag of choices. 5 stars with no hesitation whatsoever.
by alpaha compressor
Superb, very nice bx_ delay 2500
all in one!
by teen wei
all in one delay!
BX 2500 delay
I purchased the Brainworx 2500 delay when it came up on special. I already have a number of other delay plugins including the Native Instruments Replica XT which I love. The immediate thing that impressed me about the 2500 was how ballsy it sounded. I know that is not a technical description but the effect is thick and immediately sounded good on both guitars and vocals even before I started tweaking. The layout looks a little complex at first but once you get into it you will find a lot of really cool features (the distortion is great). I'm still discovering what the 2500 is capable of and I'm looking forward to becoming more familiar with it. I have a feeling it will end up being my 'go to' delay!
by James Vons
My go to Delay in my vocal chain. Was using Cooper Cube, but 2500 got me the sound I heard in my head. Dialed in Lennon delay on vocal chain. Easy to use, mo muss no fuss✌️✌️✌️
As a singer/songwriter, music producer, recording/mixing and mastering engineer, I use delays in many of my projects. I produce reggae dubs and delays play an integral part in the effects chain and processing. The bx_delays surely stands out among the rest when it comes to exploring creativity. Definitely, my go-to delay plugin!
bx delay 2500
One plugin that does all this? Wonderful. I've been using this delay for about a month now. I already have some excellent processors in this realm but I believe investing in both Spatial and Time-based effects is worth it. I love Dub, so most of my delays are overdriven and filtered. I generally have to process the signal via a chain with several plugs providing me with the final timbre and effect; until now. I've been able to drill down to the elements I'm after all within the one plugin, which makes for a greater focus upon the creativity and less upon the structure of the effects chain. I'm also loving the Ducking feature along with the Distortion and Bit-reduction elements. All these make for a creative palette in the time-based effects but the tonal colours available with the other features are unique to a stand-alone delay. Thanx BX... again !
bx_delay 2500 - serious tone
I’m a guitarist and for reference own the following: PCM 70/80, LXP-5 (excellent for delays) H3000DSE, H8000FW, Soundtoys Echo Boy/Primal Tap (lot’s of others, Yamaha SPX-xx-xx, etc). To me, the most important thing in a delay is its character and I know a great delay when I hear one: the bx_delay 2500 strengths are: (very flexible) character/tone and easy-of-use without having to use “esoteric” settings (ie, “tape”, “analog”, etc), and auto wah can really expand your horizons. Try this: slight low/high filtering, transient on High, Distortion type 1, Mix 50%, 12 bit. Perfect all around dirtyish delay that settles in the mix without sounding muddy or harsh. You can pretty much nail the same tones with Echo Boy, but you have to work at it more (often, a lot more, and not as intuitive). In the end, you can nail just about any tone with the bx_delay 2500 quickly, intuitively, and predictably. Btw, I tried Excalibur, sorry, can’t say anything great about its tone, left me very underwhelmed. I also tried UVI Relayer, really cool with all of its (easy to use) taps, but overall limited in terms of analog/dirty-digital sound (even though it tries to be versatile tone-wise). I think the 2500 will become my my goto delay for guitars. Weaknesses: only two delays, no ping-pong, or crazy/cool routing features, no diffusion, flanger/chorus lacks flexibility/range, doesn’t work well as a standalone flanger/chorus (would be really nice if it did because of its wide tonal range). The bx_delay 2500 should eventually be followed up by a V2 with more flexible delays and better modulation features. Now you’re probably wondering how this compares to Sandman. I just bought it on discount but haven’t had time to test it (work comes first). I’ll update this review if necessary at a later time. Love this delay!