In this free video tutorial, Paul Drew uses the Unfiltered Audio Sandman Pro Delay Plug-in from Plugin Alliance on a guitar. Paul starts off by changing the delay time to 16ths and then adding in the width control. Paul then demonstrates how the modulation side of the plug-in works. This is such a versatile delay you can use it as a regular delay or patch the different elements together to create some unique sounds.
Since its release, Unfiltered Audio's Sandman has wowed mix engineers, sound designers and DJs alike with its slice-and-dice genius. A delay plugin with a severe narcoleptic bent, Sandman uses its Sleep mode to freeze its delay buffer to create stunning loops and grains that can be re-pitched, down-sampled, played in reverse, dirtied with noise and modulated— transforming and mutating sounds beyond all recognition! Using very short delay times, the shape-shifting Sandman alternately becomes a flanger, stutter generator, wavetable synthesizer or percussion resonator. But Sandman also excels at producing traditional echo and stereo ping-pong effects, providing delay times ranging from slapback to longer than a coffee break.