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FXpansion Bloom - Digital Delivery

    Get Creative Delay and Diffusion Effects All In One Powerful Plugin - The FXpansion Bloom - Digital Delivery

    Bloom is a creative delay effect plugin for new textures and spaces in your productions. Its 3 switchable delay models and lush diffusion reverb are combined with frequency shifting, chorus and other processing blocks while the varied routings and advanced TransMod modulation provide vast sound design potential.

    At Bloom's core is a stereo delay line switchable between analogue BBD, tape and digital models. The diffusor is switchable between 3 possible positions in the signal path. Varied routings are also available for the additional effect section containing filtering, chorus, frequency shifting, overdrive, saturation, EQ and envelope-shaping, making it easy to explore a variety of creative effects especially when combined with modulation. Other highlights include reverse and ping-pong modes, free or synced delay times, a freeze function and adjustable smoothing for delay time changes.


    Bloom's TransMod modulation system lets you modulate almost all its parameters with a variety of sources - built-in step-sequencers, LFOs, envelope follower and more. Additional MIDI-derived sources let you change the delay time per note or vary the feedback amount with note velocity. You can even modulate modulators with each other to create fascinating new shapes of movement.


    Bloom's 3 delay emulations (digital, analogue BBD and tape) each feature adjustable degradation and smoothing for delay time changes. Times can be set either with a rotary control or numerically in milliseconds or tempo-synced values. The delay core also features reverse and freeze functions which are great for modulating with the built-in step-sequencers.


    Bloom features 3 step-sequencers, with 16 steps each. The length of each sequencer's steps can be between 64 bars and 1/64th notes (straight, triplet and dotted). Changing the delay time every half-bar or introducing the Reverse or Freeze function on certain steps can create fascinating semi-granular and glitched effects.


    The diffusion network offers spacious reverb-style effects. It features lush decays and a dimensional character that offers additional depth to Bloom's delay effects. It is very easy to use with 3 simple controls and it can be placed at 3 different positions in the signal path.