D16 Group Decimort v2.0.0 Incl Patch and Keygen-R2R
Soft / VST Instruments 9-01-2016
D16 Group Decimort v2.0.0 Incl Patch and Keygen-R2R
D16 Group has announced the release of Decimort 2, a high quality bit crusher effect plugin for Windows and Mac. Decimort (available as part of the SilverLine collection of plugins from D16 Group) is a premium grade bit crusher and sample rate reducer with some additional, unconventional features.

The advanced signal processing algorithms within Decimort simulate the complex behavior of the entire sampling path that exists in every AD/DA converter. Decimort has zero internal aliasing—in fact, the only aliasing present is the emulated aliasing is a result of internal resampling. Unwelcome artifacts are completely absent in the processed signal.

In addition, Decimort is equipped with analog-like filters with adjustable resonance, working in pre-resampling or post- resampling mode that allow further sculpting of the signal.

Changes in Decimort 2

Two optional anti-alias filters – A very steep low-pass pre filter (Approximative Filter) coupled with the resampling frequency that removes all harmonic content above it, ensuring no aliasing will appear below this frequency in the spectrum. A further post filter (Image filter), also synchronized with the resampler, gives control over amount of aliasing images appearing above resampling frequency when enabled.

Adjustable Jitter – Feature which introduces short-period, random fluctuations to the resampling frequency, producing different then downsampling type of harmonic distortion.
Two quantization methods – Two available quantization methods; the mid-raiser and mid- treat decimation algorithms, each of them characterized by a drastically different dynamics response.
Controllable dithering – Dithering was conceptually developed as means for reducing the audible quantization errors by masking the harmonic distortions they cause. Controllable dithering allows to increase number of ways in which sound can be (mal)treated.

Tag-based preset browser.

Two alternative GUI sizes.

MIDI-learn functionality throughout.

home page:

http://d16.pl/decimort
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Soft / VST Instruments 9-01-2016
D16 Group has announced the release of Decimort 2, a high quality bit crusher effect plugin for Windows and Mac. Decimort (available as part of the SilverLine collection of plugins from D16 Group) is a premium grade bit crusher and sample rate reducer with some additional, unconventional features.

The advanced signal processing algorithms within Decimort simulate the complex behavior of the entire sampling path that exists in every AD/DA converter. Decimort has zero internal aliasing—in fact, the only aliasing present is the emulated aliasing is a result of internal resampling. Unwelcome artifacts are completely absent in the processed signal.

In addition, Decimort is equipped with analog-like filters with adjustable resonance, working in pre-resampling or post- resampling mode that allow further sculpting of the signal.

Changes in Decimort 2

Two optional anti-alias filters – A very steep low-pass pre filter (Approximative Filter) coupled with the resampling frequency that removes all harmonic content above it, ensuring no aliasing will appear below this frequency in the spectrum. A further post filter (Image filter), also synchronized with the resampler, gives control over amount of aliasing images appearing above resampling frequency when enabled.

Adjustable Jitter – Feature which introduces short-period, random fluctuations to the resampling frequency, producing different then downsampling type of harmonic distortion.
Two quantization methods – Two available quantization methods; the mid-raiser and mid- treat decimation algorithms, each of them characterized by a drastically different dynamics response.
Controllable dithering – Dithering was conceptually developed as means for reducing the audible quantization errors by masking the harmonic distortions they cause. Controllable dithering allows to increase number of ways in which sound can be (mal)treated.

Tag-based preset browser.

Two alternative GUI sizes.

MIDI-learn functionality throughout.
D16 Group Decimort v2.0.0 MacOSX Incl Patched and Keygen-HEXWARS D16 Group Decimort v2.0.0 MacOSX Incl Patched and Keygen-HEXWARS
Soft / VST Instruments 9-01-2016
D16 Group has announced the release of Decimort 2, a high quality bit crusher effect plugin for Windows and Mac.

Decimort (available as part of the SilverLine collection of plugins from D16 Group) is a premium grade bit crusher and sample rate reducer with some additional, unconventional features.

The advanced signal processing algorithms within Decimort simulate the complex behavior of the entire sampling path that exists in every AD/DA converter. Decimort has zero internal aliasing—in fact, the only aliasing present is the emulated aliasing is a result of internal resampling. Unwelcome artifacts are completely absent in the processed signal.

In addition, Decimort is equipped with analog-like filters with adjustable resonance, working in pre-resampling or post- resampling mode that allow further sculpting of the signal.

Changes in Decimort 2

Two optional anti-alias filters – A very steep low-pass pre filter (Approximative Filter) coupled with the resampling frequency that removes all harmonic content above it, ensuring no aliasing will appear below this frequency in the spectrum. A further post filter (Image filter), also synchronized with the resampler, gives control over amount of aliasing images appearing above resampling frequency when enabled.
Adjustable Jitter – Feature which introduces short-period, random fluctuations to the resampling frequency, producing different then downsampling type of harmonic distortion.
Two quantization methods – Two available quantization methods; the mid-raiser and mid- treat decimation algorithms, each of them characterized by a drastically different dynamics response.
Controllable dithering – Dithering was conceptually developed as means for reducing the audible quantization errors by masking the harmonic distortions they cause. Controllable dithering allows to increase number of ways in which sound can be (mal)treated.
Tag-based preset browser.
Two alternative GUI sizes.
MIDI-learn functionality throughout.
McDSP DE555 v6.1.0.8 WIN-AudioUTOPiA McDSP DE555 v6.1.0.8 WIN-AudioUTOPiA
The DE555 is a new generation of de-essing technology, providing transparent, precise de-essing with unique flexibility.

Intelligent signal analysis allows the DE555 to effectively de-ess at any signal level – no manual input threshold adjustment required.

Other options include continuously adjustable ratio and release controls to fine- tune the de-essing amount, plus a high frequency (HF) only mode for reducing the signal level of only the ‘sss’ and not the original dialog.

Key filter options include high pass and band pass filtering. A unique focus control further enhances the key filter’s ability to separate ‘essing’ from actual dialog. The key filter output can also be monitored.

Real-time displays of de-essing amounts and key filter response enable quick and easy setup.

Features

Advanced de-essing technology
Unique key filter focus and de-essing controls
Real-time metering and key filter response plot
High frequency (HF) only option
Double precision processing
Ultra low latency
Mono and stereo versions
D16 Group Devastor 2.v2.0 WiN/MAC-UNION D16 Group Devastor 2.v2.0 WiN/MAC-UNION
Soft / VST Instruments 12-12-2015
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!

Versatile and advanced
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!

D16 Group Devastor 2.0 Highlights:
- Signal Routing Selector, which replaces version’s one Pre / Post filter switches, giving more efficient control over processing path and at the same time offering some new, unachievable before, signal topologies
- Built-in Limiter prevents the output’s clipping as well as make the sound more vivid and juicy
- Redesigned Filter model provides more analog feeling to the plug-in
- Improved Dynamics Flattener delivers punchier and definitely more in-your-face character of the module
- New tag-based preset management system, alternative UI sizes and refined plug-in configuration, which comprises on new plug-in framework

Alternative Changelog:
- Refined filter models.
- Improved peak detection and more natural envelopes in Dynamics flattener.
- Optional output limiter.
- Tag-based preset browser.
- Two alternative GUI sizes.
- MIDI-learn functionality throughout.
- 9 different topologies of connections for filters and the diode-clipper.
D16 Group Devastor v2.0.0 MacOSX Incl. Keygen HEXWARS D16 Group Devastor v2.0.0 MacOSX Incl. Keygen HEXWARS
Soft / VST Instruments 12-12-2015
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!

Versatile and advanced
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!

D16 Group Devastor 2.0 Highlights:
- Signal Routing Selector, which replaces version’s one Pre / Post filter switches, giving more efficient control over processing path and at the same time offering some new, unachievable before, signal topologies
- Built-in Limiter prevents the output’s clipping as well as make the sound more vivid and juicy
- Redesigned Filter model provides more analog feeling to the plug-in
- Improved Dynamics Flattener delivers punchier and definitely more in-your-face character of the module
- New tag-based preset management system, alternative UI sizes and refined plug-in configuration, which comprises on new plug-in framework

Alternative Changelog:
- Refined filter models.
- Improved peak detection and more natural envelopes in Dynamics flattener.
- Optional output limiter.
- Tag-based preset browser.
- Two alternative GUI sizes.
- MIDI-learn functionality throughout.
- 9 different topologies of connections for filters and the diode-clipper.


D16 Group Devastor 2 v2.00 [k] D16 Group Devastor 2 v2.00 [k]
Soft / VST Instruments 28-10-2015
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!

Structure

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!

Versatile and advanced
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!