Stargazer is a bit different than traditional shimmer reverb design. It is composed of network of delays, each of these delay lines generates short pitch-shifted grains of sound and these grains are fed back to the delay network. The delay network is scalable from two to thirteen delay lines. With two or three lines the delay effect is very pronounced and delay taps are clearly noticeable, but with thirteen delays the sound has great density and smoothness. Delays have customizable time (size), predelay and feedback, damping filter control, hi pass filter and stereo width. The sound can be also modulated with chorus effect and there is one other special modulation called Organize – this filters and modulates input in a way that makes sound character more like pipe organ (and it has choice of two different modes). Grain generator is also customizable, you can adjust grain size, feedback of pitch-shifted signal and its mix with normal signal, you can select if pitch will be shifted octave up or down and select if the attack (build-up) of pitched signal will be fast or slower. Of course global dry and wet control is included. Stargazer also provides undo, redo, A/B and 15 presets.
– fixed some issues with VST3 preset management
– fixed issues with Organize control in some hosts – now goes linear from 0 to 100% and precedes wet control.