French developer Lowcoders updates his free tape delay KingDubby to version 1.5.2 and makes it available as universal binary to support modern Mac OS versions. Windows users will have to wait for the release of version 2.0 which is currently in development.

KingDubby does a solid job at doing that screamy tape delay sound and is said to be amongst the best available ones for Apple users. I don’t have a mac myself but a good friend of mine put his hands in fire for this one, so if it sucks please let me know and i’ll bitchslap him for real 😉

Last not least, Lowcoders.fr are currently looking for feedback on the latest betas of their plugin. If you find a bug or annoyance, head to their website and tell them!

KingDubby is available from the Lowcoders.fr website.


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Audiodamage Dubstation 1.5 screenshotOne of the best (and still affordable) commercial delays gets revamped to version 1.5. For 39$ you get an oldschool flavoured unit with a rarely heard dubbish lofi feedback.