D16 Group – Total Bundle 2021.05.08 (VST, VSTi, AU, AUi) [OSX]


Release year: 2021
Version: 2021.05.08
Developer: D16 Group
Developer site: d16
Platform: Intel only
Interface language: English
Tablet: License file | SPTNDC
System requirements: OS X 10.7 to OS X 10.15
Intel based 1.5 GHz (2.0 GHz recommended)
4 GB (8 GB Recommended)


Description: A collection of all the plug-ins that have ever been created by D16 – classic vintage Roland emulations, SilverLines effects, high-quality Sigmund and Repeater delay blocks, the flagship LuSH-101 synthesizer and much more!

Contents and Versions :
Antresol-1.2.1
Decimort 2 – 2.2.1
Devastor 2 – 2.2.1
Fazortan 2 – 2.1.1
Frontier-1.1.1
Godfazer-1.1.1
Redoptor 2 – 2.1.1
Repeater-1.1.5
Sigmund-1.1.2
Spacerek-1.1.1
Syntorus 2 – 2.1.1
Tekturon-1.1.1
Toraverb 2 – 2.1.1
Drumazon-1.6.2
LuSH-101-1.1.3
Nepheton-1.6.2
Nithonat-1.6.2
Phoscyon-1.9.5
Punchbox-1.0.6

 

Antresol is a flanger with the sound of an Electric Mistress guitar pedal. The plugin offers a wide range of parameters with independent adjustments for the right and left channels. Bringing the classic stomp box back to life, we’ve created an effect that not only guitarists, but also instrumentalists and producers from almost any genre will love.

Decimort – on the one hand, Decimort is an emulation of a vintage sampler, and on the other hand,
the perfect bit-crusher with a filter that can be adjusted to the extreme for dramatic results.

Devastor is a simple yet wonderful multiband distortion effect. It is an extended version of the distortion device of our PHOSCYON synthesizer. Being multi-band, it presents endless sonic possibilities!

Fazortan – Efficient device that replicates the sound of retro phasers of the 70s (which is now back in vogue), it is even stylized in appearance to these devices. Has all the necessary settings, nice to look at.

Frontier is an adaptive limiter. Simple and user friendly interface. Clear transparent sound. Optional soft clipper mode.

Godfazer – combines tremolo, chorus, phaser, Leslie effect and other effects. The developers say they have created the most powerful modulation effects processor. The Ensemble’s main section consists of 22 effect types. Among them, users will find BBD chorus, ensemble effects in the spirit of Solina instruments, autopan devices, tremolo, Leslie and other processing. The plugin also comes with two filter modules, each offering 40 types of filters, EQs and phasers.

Redoptor is a fairly accurately modeled tube distortion module. The emulation focuses not only on the characteristics of the tube, but also on the rest of the circuitry, co-operating with the tube within a distortion module to capture all the subtlety and dynamics found in high-end analog devices. Use Redoptor on guitar, drums, arpeggio sequences, synth or acoustic sounds and you’ll hear its warm, rich and truly unique character.

Repeater is a vintage sound delay effect from the D16 Group, developed in collaboration with Slate Digital. The plugin offers dual delay with 23 unique, realistically modeled delay modules that range from classic Oil Can delays and plates to the most famous vintage models.

Sigmund is a multifunctional delay capable of creating a huge variety of sonic colors – from traditional delay effects to pulsating and choppy loops and patterns.

Spacerek – D16 has released the Spacerek virtual reverb. According to the creators, the plugin is designed specifically for those users who are tired of complex and complex reverb effects. Spacerek is able to create authentic spatial effects without having to adjust a lot of parameters.

Syntorus – 16 decided to create a plug-in that would have a rich analog chorus sound, similar to the effect found in classic synths such as Solina, Synthex or Juno. This new effect is called Syntorus.

The Syntorus has a unique sound that will add beauty to any instrument it is played on. Your synthetic basses and leads will come to life. You can also add extra depth and opulence to your acoustic instruments. The possibilities are really endless, so do not hesitate, but rather start using this plugin in your work!

Tekturon is a powerful tape delay with a built-in sequencer. The effect offers 16 independent delay lines, all arranged in a sequence.

Toraverb is not a classic spring, room, hall or plate reverb. Toraverb is a conceptual algorithmic reverb. Using a set of easily accessible parameters, it allows the user to create almost any type of reverb. Our goal was to create a reverb that would sound pleasing and musical to the listener, and the result could be modified in many ways.

Drumazon is an emulation of the classic Roland TR-909 drum machine.

LuSH-101 is a multitimbral polyphonic synthesizer based on the modules of some modern synthesizers combined into one compact and intuitive interface. The LuSH-101 is a simple, easy to use yet extremely powerful instrument… Sounds great in any genre.

Nepheton – emulates the famous Roland TR-808 drum machine and contains 17 fully synthesized instruments. The instruments sound exactly like the original. In addition, they are equipped with additional adjustments to make the sound even better.

Nithonat is a Roland TR-606 drum machine emulator. The unique sound of this machine has been used by many musicians over the years in Electro, Hip-Hop and RnB productions. The original

Roland TR-606 drum machine has been perfectly emulated. However, Nithonat, being software based, augments the original with additional functionality.

Phoscyon – VST format synthesizer, emulations reproducing the sounds of the legendary Roland TB303, one of the most popular analog synthesizers. In the software version of this wonderful synthesizer, a large number of features were added and supplemented, which were not in its hardware implementation.

Punchbox is a virtual instrument designed to create high quality kick sounds. Equally extensive and exquisite factory material from industry-leading sound designers Sounds of Revolution AND

CFA-Sound will get you up and running in no time.

PunchBOX seamlessly bridges two of the best worlds – synthesis and sampling. The expressiveness of the synthesized sounds, along with the richness and complexity of the samples, ultimately offers a top-notch, previously unheard of dancefloor-crushing kick drum sound.


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