Sinevibes Intros Singularity Multi-Effected Delay


Sinevibes has introduced Singularity – a new type of delay effect for OS X.

It starts with a tempo-synchronised feedback delay line, capable of true stereo panning, and its tail is then sent into three effect units connected in series. Each of these processors includes a selection of different algorithms: from filters, phasers and choruses to digital- and analog-style distortion, frequency shifter and granulator.

In addition to all this, Singularity has four modulation generators for parameter animation – all of which lets you create extremely sophisticated, out-of-this-world delay and echo effects.


  • Feedback delay line with tempo-synchronised time and true stereo panning.
  • Three independent effect processors with a total of 22 different algorithms and variations: low-pass, high-pass, band-pass and band-stop filters, 8-stage and 16-stage phaser, barber-pole phaser, decimator, analog drive, circuit-bent filter, frequency shifter, comb filter, 1-voice and 3-voice chorus, granulator.
  • Four modulation generators each with 8 waveforms and adjustable periodic chaos.
  • Advanced transport sync algorithm with support for tempo and time signature automation.


Singularity works with Logic, GarageBand, Live, MainStage, ReNoise, Reaper, Studio One, Digital Performer, Tracktion and other software that supports Audio Unit effect plugins. It comes in 32/64 bit format for Intel Macs running OS X 10.6 or later, and supports Retina screen resolution.

Singularity is available for US $39 via the Sinevibes site. See the site for audio demos.

5 thoughts on “Sinevibes Intros Singularity Multi-Effected Delay

  1. The delay time and modulation functions seem to be synced to time divisions without a frequency mode.. This is a little limiting in my opinion. Otherwise a great and fun delay. I often get drawn to the UI design from sinevibes, A little hard to see how this one really fills a need though.

      1. 🙂 interesting comparison and perhaps ‘need’ was a slightly weighted term.
        I personally really enjoy the work of sinevibes, the usefulness of this plugin however is somewhat limited for me personally. It is essentially a channel strip with a few effects in series and modulation options. Just not for me. It is pretty though.

        1. I think you are underestimating this plugin 🙂 A channel strip is “merely” about EQ and dynamics, this is way more than that. It’s a deeply creative effect. Sorry I am exaggerating with the MiniMoog analogy a bit, but yes it was also “just three oscillators mixed into a filter and some modulation”. There is a lot of things you can do with this plugin that were previously only possible by creating complex Reaktor/Max devices or doing two or three track layers in your DAW.

  2. Sinevibe’s stuff is awesome. I really appreciate a company that is taking full advantage of the digital environment to create plugins that look to the future, and not just the endless emulation of gear from glory days past.

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