AudioThing Intros Outer Space, A Virtual Roland Space Echo

AudioThing has introduced Outer Space – a software version of the classic 70’s Roland Space Echo tape echo effect.

Outer Space features an echo section, with three playback heads, and a spring reverb tank.


  • Vintage Tape Echo
  • 3 Tape modes: Original, Modern, Old
  • Spring Reverb (with short/long Decay)
  • Background Noise with Envelope
  • Oversample up to 16x
  • Preset system with randomizer
  • Formats: VST, AU, and AAX (32/64bit)
  • Platforms: OSX, Windows

Audio Demos:

Pricing and Availability

Outer Space is available now, priced at US $39 (normally $49).

11 thoughts on “AudioThing Intros Outer Space, A Virtual Roland Space Echo

      1. i got the RE 20 and i like it, but – and i had a few real Space and Chorus Echos – the OuterSpace sounds VERY authentic to me.

        1. Kinda happy to hear that. I bought it and was a bit disappointed, i found it a bit too clean sounding. Especially the reverb. I only know the real thing from records, but always liked the gs 201 and dub machines magnetic for m4l. Unfortunately the first is 32 Bit only for MacOS, the latter a bad CPU hog. Guess i have to spend a little more time with outer space and get used to smth different.

  1. will there be any delays?

    hello ,hello, is my mike on, I just here an echo

    i know, just could not resist some reverb humor

    I could have done my girlfriend one

  2. I tried this against Tape Delay in Logic Pro/MainStage and I liked Tape Delay much better. But I will say that Outer Space has a really purty picture of a Space Echo for its GUI, though.

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