“HZ Delay is a character effect which means that it doesn’t do all things equally. Matter of fact it deliberately does some things oddly or not at all to allow it to have the sort of character so sought after in older analog gear.
The sorts of effects or outcomes HZ Delay will help you to achieve are:
- Chorus – simple and BBD
- Echo – simple and multi-tap
- Reverb – simple early reflections
The idea is that commonly you will be balancing some or all of the above as you use HZ Delay to add depth & sparkle to any (or all) of the sounds in your mix. Maybe not the Masters but where there is a will, there is a way.
The user interface for HZ Delay is split into several parts:
- The top with the VU meter is where general tone and levels for the whole effect are handled.
- The section below is where each of the three echo sections are set up.
Automation and patches
Parameter Automation is handled by your DAW so please understand how your DAW handles Automation.
Automatable Parameters have been assigned in logical order in the VST but your DAW may display them in a different order (or even not at all).
If visually impaired, some DAWs offer the option to display the parameters in a Text-list form which will help. Parameters should display in the order in the manual and broadly the signal flow.
Patches are also commonly handled at the DAW level so please consult your DAW manuals if you need to consider things like patch changes within a piece (not really recommended as the unit may output thumps).”
Source : higherhz.com