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  1. D16 Toraverb 2 – Space Modulated Reverb
  2. D16 Instruments Explained
  3. D16 Tekturon Delay – Introduction & Overview
  4. Devastor 2 Walkthrough – Multiband Distortion Unit
  5. D16 Tekturon Delay – Product Showcase

1. D16 Toraverb 2 – Space Modulated Reverb

D16 Toraverb 2 is a concept algorithm reverb. Using a set of easily accessible parameters, it allows the user to create practically ANY type of reverb.


2. D16 Instruments Explained

Learn how to use D16’s instruments and gain the skills to create bespoke sounds professionally tailored to whatever projects you are working on.

D16 Group Audio Software have created as series of virtual instruments that are faithful recreations of classic hardware units. The attention to sonic detail both powerful and inspiring. In this x parts course, get under the skin of each and every instrument so you can look at synthesis, sequencing, midi controls, multi output instruments and more…


3. D16 Tekturon Delay – Introduction & Overview

Tekturon is a multitap-delay effect with 16 independent, high-quality delay lines. What really sets it apart from other, similar products, however, is the way it’s controlled and the unique topology into which the taps are arranged: The Delay Matrix.

In fact, Tekuron can’t be thought of as a tap-delay effect in the strictest sense, but more of a sequence of taps equally delayed from each other, whereby working with the plugin strongly resembles using a step sequencer. This rather unusual design should give your creativity just the kick it needs!

Inspired by Ergonomics

Each and every aspect of the plugin’s workflow is presented in a visually clear and intuitive way, allowing for quick and precise control of every facet of the device, as well as the ability to easily tame all 16 delay lines it contains with global controls.

The ability to visually grasp the entire layout with minimal effort allows you to achieve even the most complex results with extraordinary speed.

Fully-featured delay lines

Despite the imposed, fixed topology, each of the 16 delay lines has its own independent set of parameters providing complete control over:

  • Delay loop
  • Panning
  • Stereo spread
  • Post-tap multi-mode filter

Despite its superficially simple appearance, in the right hands Tekturon can be a very powerful production tool, indeed!

Quick-access mute buttons

You’ll certainly appreciate these for live performance situations, among others: conveniently placed, always accessible, and MIDI-assignable mute buttons for selectively suppressing individual delay lines. Invigorate your arrangements, bring some life to your production, and have fun!

Two-tiered Control

Tekturon provides the ability to control some aspects of the processing globally (adjusting parameters of all 16 delay lines at once) or locally (individually per delay line), thus making it possible to exert both fine-grained and convenient, ‘one-knob’ control over your performance!

Key features

  • 16 delay lines arranged in a sequence of taps equally delayed from each other
    • Quick-access Mute buttons for selectively suppressing lines’ outputs
    • Globally controlled (all 16 delay lines at once):

    ▪ Time grid – The delay between subsequent taps and base delay time for all 16 feedback loops
    ▪ Optional host tempo synchronization
    ▪ Feedback base value
    ▪ Shuffle (swing)
    ▪ Master filter’s settings

    • Locally (per delay line):

    ▪ Feedback relative to base value
    ▪ Delay time as multiple of Time grid
    ▪ Local filter’s settings
    ▪ Stereo Panorama
    ▪ Stereo Spread
    ▪ Output volume with level indication

  • Ultra-low digital aliasing output
  • Tag based preset browser
  • MIDI-learn functionality
  • 64bit internal processing

4. Devastor 2 Walkthrough – Multiband Distortion Unit

In this tutorial, we walk through Devastor 2 – the updated multiband distortion unit from the excellent D16.

Devastor 2 is the second generation of D16’s first FX Plugin from the SilverLine Collection series. Devastor is a deceptively simple yet remarkable Multiband Distortion Unit. It is an enhanced version of the distortion unit you can find in Phoscyon, but with full control over multiband processing. This elevates its sonic mangling capabilities to an entirely new level!

The plug-in consists of four essential blocks:

Dynamics-flattener module (one-knob controlled input signal compressor)

Diode-clipper distortion

Three multi-mode filter sections

Optionally activated signal limiter

The plug-in offers nine different connection topologies between its filters and diode-clipper. Filters can process the signal before or after it gets fed into the diode-clipper, but some of the configurations even allow the filters to work alongside the clipper, which greatly increases the possible sonic palette.

Devastor’s filters are not simply the peaking EQ type which are commonly used in classic multiband distortion units: rather, they are like those found in analog synthesizers (low pass, high pass, band pass and band reject) with adjustable resonance and cutoff parameters. As a result, Devastor has a completely unique sound. Just check out the factory content and hear for yourself!

Devastor can be used to distort and enhance a wide range of sounds, from full-on acid synth sounds to guitar fuzz or an analog amp with speaker combo. It can even be used with drums to make them sound dirtier and more dynamic! Devastor isn’t just good at creating distorted, monster sounds: it can also be used subtly to improve the timbre and character of gentler sounds. For example, reducing the preamp gain, increasing the threshold, and selecting a soft-knee for the dynamics will bring out more warmth and detail in a sound without introducing distortion.

When designing Devastor, we applied special antialiasing techniques to the output signal to make sure it was devoid of aliasing (one of the reasons why digital distortion units can sound so cold and un-musical). As a result, Devastor has a warm, musical, and very high quality sound.

We would like to invite you to listen the audio examples to whet your appetite and to check out the demo version for yourself if you need any more convincing. Devastor uses algorithms of such high quality that you’d be forgiven in a blind test for wondering if the sound has somehow been sent from the computer to an external analog distortion unit and back into the computer again!


5. D16 Tekturon Delay – Product Showcase

Tekturon is a multitap-delay effect with 16 independent, high-quality delay lines. What really sets it apart from other, similar products, however, is the way it’s controlled and the unique topology into which the taps are arranged: The Delay Matrix.

In fact, Tekuron can’t be thought of as a tap-delay effect in the strictest sense, but more of a sequence of taps equally delayed from each other, whereby working with the plugin strongly resembles using a step sequencer. This rather unusual design should give your creativity just the kick it needs!

Inspired by Ergonomics

Each and every aspect of the plugin’s workflow is presented in a visually clear and intuitive way, allowing for quick and precise control of every facet of the device, as well as the ability to easily tame all 16 delay lines it contains with global controls.

The ability to visually grasp the entire layout with minimal effort allows you to achieve even the most complex results with extraordinary speed.

Fully-featured delay lines

Despite the imposed, fixed topology, each of the 16 delay lines has its own independent set of parameters providing complete control over:

  • Delay loop
  • Panning
  • Stereo spread
  • Post-tap multi-mode filter

Despite its superficially simple appearance, in the right hands Tekturon can be a very powerful production tool, indeed!

Quick-access mute buttons

You’ll certainly appreciate these for live performance situations, among others: conveniently placed, always accessible, and MIDI-assignable mute buttons for selectively suppressing individual delay lines. Invigorate your arrangements, bring some life to your production, and have fun!

Two-tiered Control

Tekturon provides the ability to control some aspects of the processing globally (adjusting parameters of all 16 delay lines at once) or locally (individually per delay line), thus making it possible to exert both fine-grained and convenient, ‘one-knob’ control over your performance!

Key features

  • 16 delay lines arranged in a sequence of taps equally delayed from each other
    • Quick-access Mute buttons for selectively suppressing lines’ outputs
    • Globally controlled (all 16 delay lines at once):

    ▪ Time grid – The delay between subsequent taps and base delay time for all 16 feedback loops
    ▪ Optional host tempo synchronization
    ▪ Feedback base value
    ▪ Shuffle (swing)
    ▪ Master filter’s settings

    • Locally (per delay line):

    ▪ Feedback relative to base value
    ▪ Delay time as multiple of Time grid
    ▪ Local filter’s settings
    ▪ Stereo Panorama
    ▪ Stereo Spread
    ▪ Output volume with level indication

  • Ultra-low digital aliasing output
  • Tag based preset browser
  • MIDI-learn functionality
  • 64bit internal processing

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