NUSofting released Sosir Freeze-Delay

NUSofting released Sosir Freeze-Delay. The idea of “Sosir” was to create a bowed sound (by freezing the input)
from a plucked sound (roughly speaking: guitar pluck to bowed strings).

As you can see in the screenshot, you have basically two stages:
1) digital virtual bow
2) delay line with feedback and modulation by LFO
(There is also a small reverb at the end, but that’s optional).

You should use the “Sound Choice” selector to change the base timbre
and duration of the bowed sound.
Then you have the other controls to adjust it to your needs:
“bow” dry/wet, sub octave doubling, filters LowPass HiPass.

When the delay Time is set to about the same or less of the “arcata”
duration, the repeats (by delay feedback) would merge in a long
sustained sound, this make it sound more like the infinite reverb you

Note. That there are two different “Wet” controls:
the mix of “bow” effect and the mix of delay effect.

More info and free download here: NUSofting released Mac AU/VST3 versions of the freeware effect Sosir Freeze-Delay