Echobode is a delay effect with a frequency shifter placed inside the feedback loop. The frequency shifter algorithm is inspired by the classic Bode Frequency Shifter (named after its inventor Harald Bode). The difference between a frequency shifter and a pitch shifter is that it shifts the audio spectrum linearly. E.g. an overtone series of 100, 200, 300 Hz can be shifted by 50 Hz to 150, 250, 350 Hz, making the overtones inharmonic. This effect in itself is great for creating metallic bell timbres, but putting it inside a delayed feedback loop opens up many other possibilities.
For evaluation purposes you are allowed to try Echobode for up to three weeks. The trial begins the first time you open Echobode in your host sequencer. Echobode then only subtracts a week from the trial time if you actually used it that week.
Echobode is a plug-in that require a host application that supports VST 2.4, VST3, or Audio Unit 2 plug-ins. If you do not have a host application you can still try it out in a free host. Read more
Purchasing Echobode allows you to use it fully and gives you free support and service upgrades. The license is tied to the email used when purchasing. You can register an account using the same email before or after purchasing.