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Where to find specific plugins

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Ok.
First Of all:
About 10 years ago when I used scope, there was a delay that I really liked.
Pretty sure it was modeled after a bbd or an early digital delay. Might have just been “inspired by”, though.

The GUI was not a stock cw GUI but a bluish one. About the same dimensions of a 2 unit rack mount unit.

Was a 3rd party developer.
Pretty sure it was free. Maybe hifi boom or shrooms?


Then there is also digital audio soft.
The company.

They made a reverb called griesverb, that I really liked.
Their site has gone and I don’t know how to get in touch with them. It was a reverb that you got for free when you bought some other plugin. Don’t remember.

Where can I find that? I guess I can’t get it anymore?

Thanks
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BBDelay Pitch Shift by Roy? You can find that here http://www.cwmodular.org/

DAS site is long gone, but Griesverb is still available within the DAS Reverb Bundle you can purchase through SonicCore.
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That wasn’t it. But thanks.
I think it was from around 2007-2010 or so.
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By the description, it could be SpaceF Echo 1/2 or 3 or one of the smaller BB2 delay ( small echo, T-Delays...)
Could be something else, but I don't think there was many other blue-ish delays in that time (was available between 2004 and 2012).
i need to find the time & energy to re-release it (been saying this for a while)
It still works very fine in xite. Replaced by Echo 4 and Ambient Delay (in SC shop) which are easier to use, but not the same filters at all.

is it this one ?
If you had it, you still do, just PM me.
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... or maybe SPINNER DE by Shroomz that looks like a 2U unit? It's from 2009.

https://www.scopeportal.com/shroomz-spinner-de/
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celmo ganja?
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And Modular IV has a bbd module. Obviously not that,but that means it could be in your toolbox already ;)
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Celmo Vintage Echo Q?
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