Computer Music


We have a cracking Computer Music free plugin this month, in the form of Baby Audio’s Baby Comeback CM!

It’s a cut-down version of the developer’s Comeback Kid delay plugin, and includes the same delay engine and some of the different flavouring algorithms that can be found on its big brother.

While it might lack some of the sculpting tools found on Comeback Kid, some of these effects are built into four ‘style’ presets called Wide, Saucey, Analog and Cheap (which sound anything but!). These have been specially crafted to offer a wide variety of sonic options, and you’ll quickly use them to get some great-sounding, warm and lush delays.

The main delay engine in Baby Comeback CM has three BPM-synced modes called Straight, Dotted and Triplet which are pretty self explanatory and offer different timed

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