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d16 Group Collection Mac Audio Software is the creative software developer behind some of the best music plugins you can find. Among their many high-quality offerings are Phoscyon, Antresol, Nepheton, Devastator 2, Lunchbox, and LuSH-101. They have many more, but for this issue of SoundBytes Magazine we’ll take a look at the latest versions of some of their effect plugins:Toraverb 2, Decimort 2, Devastor 2, and Tekturon. These are half (currently) of a collection named Silverline. Six of the Silverline collection have been around quite a long time, starting life as 32-bit only. In recent years, two new plug-ins have been added to the collection, and the older effects are one-by-one getting enhanced including a welcome resizing of the rather small user interfaces.
- 6 Effect Plug-Ins
- Reverb, Bit Crusher, Distortion
- Chorus & Phaser
- Devastor, Fazortan, Decimort, Redoptor
- Toraverb, Syntorus
- 32- or 64-Bit Operation
- Mac & PC Compatible
- AU & VST
- Silverline Collection (Complete Bundle)
- Included: Antresol, Decimort, Devastator, Fazortan, Frontier, Godfazer, Redoptor, Repeater, Sigmund, Syntorus, Tekturon, Toraverb
- d16 Group
- 64-bit (VST2, VST3, and AAX)
- Windows 8 and 10
- Instructions: Just run the installer.
- Toraverb 2 will work with Windows 7 or higher, 4+ GB of RAM, and a 2.5 GHz multicore CPU with SSE (2.8 GHz multicore is recommended). It has VST and AAX versions available (32-bit and 64-bit). On the Mac, you’ll need OS X 10.7 or higher, 2.5 GHz CPU (2.8 GHz is recommended), 4+GB of RAM. AU, VST and AAX versions are available (32-bit and 64-bit). Installing Toraverb 2 was simple, and you can activate it online by logging into your D16 account or by downloading an activation file to activate it offline.
- After you’ve added it to a track or a bus in your DAW, you’ll be presented with the display. One great thing about the display (besides how nice it looks) is that there are two different sizes. Along the top of the display and buttons are menus for various functions. A couple of the items available under the Options menu are processing quality settings and display size choices. To the right is the display for the current preset, and clicking on that will open the browser in which you can choose from the many other presets that are on board. You can also skim through the presets by using the Previous/Next buttons. Other functions include the ability to Initialize the settings (INIT – start a preset from basic settings), Reload a preset (i.e. – maybe you don’t like how your edits have gone amiss), and Save a preset.
- Many of the controls that change the “guts” of the sound are over on the left side of the display. One of the best parts of Toraverb 2 is that it has many controls separated by the early or late reflections. Once you’ve selected either the Early or Late tabs, you can change many of the parameters.
- The available controls located here are Pre-Delay (up to 500ms), Size, Bass Cut, Crosstalk between the left/right channel delay lines (only on the Early reflections tab), Feedback (Late reflections tab only), Attenuation – similar to a tone control since it can adjust the sound of the reflective surface, and Diffusion – changes the way the reflected sound is affected by the surface from which it is reflected. Last but not least in this section is the Modulation control. This will dial in an amount of modulation for the reflections, and it sounds like it causes the pitch to slightly waver in a semi-random fashion.
- To the right of that section control to adjust a single-band parametric EQ. There are two of these actually, one each for the early and late reflections. Three types of filtering are available: high shelf, low shelf, and bell. Gain, frequency, and bandwidth controls are also present. Up next is the mixer section. From here you can change the panning for the early/late signals, and increase/decrease the gain for each as well. When you enable the MS Mode button, the left/right panning controls will then function as mid/side controls.
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There are a couple of other useful features in these D16 effect plugins. One of those is the easy-to-use MIDI learn, which is a simple right-click away on whichever control you’d like. In addition, the processing quality setting (as I mentioned earlier) has separate real-time and offline settings from which to choose: Draft, Normal, High, and Ultra. All of the plugins I reviewed here are well-conceived and reasonably priced. Most importantly, they all have terrific sound quality. Most DAWs have some “so-so” effects included, but these are way above the norm and they are well worth auditioning. I previously purchased their Antresol flanger (which I love by the way) but didn’t have time to cover it in this review. I mentioned the separate pricing for each product, but they also have a Silverline Collection bundle of our site.
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