All SilverLine plug-ins has been updated. The new versions provide:
(*) Due to Apple requirements for new macOS'es 32-Bit versions are abandoned in all new builds. In consequence new updates cannot be used in 32-Bit enviroment (DAWs) like Pro Tools 10.
You can download the latest installers from your User Area account or using this link
If I was to say what the D16 Frontier can do for you in as few words as possible, I’d say it makes the sound thicker, warmer and more upfront. It can be used on almost anything, but I really enjoyed using it on bass, drums, synth and keys, and vocals.
New users might feel that the controls on D16 Toraverb 2 are a bit complex, but once they get used to it, they will surely appreciate the amount of control this plugin has to offer and the overall characteristics of the reverb. It takes very less processing power, so we can use multiple instances without worrying about hangs and crashes.
The sound of the Diode Clipper is what drives the Devastor 2. You get four controls, Preamp, Threshold, Shape, and Clip, as well as six different clipping curves. In addition to the clipper, the nine topographies let you further experiment how different paths will sound like. The plugin enables you to go from soft to hard, wide-sounding clipping.
The option to change the LFO waveform guarantees extensive sonic possibilities. The three sync options, Full, Dotted, and Triplet, further this plugin’s rhythmic capacities. All this, times three, is what makes Syntorus 2 such a handy plugin.
D16 hat mit Syntorus 2 ein prima Plug-in am Start, das bei Weitem mehr kann als einfach nur Chorus. Tatsächlich wird man seinem kreativen Potenzial mit einer einfachen Chorus-Gitarre kaum gerecht. Syntorus 2 kann viel mehr sein als nur Chorus – und das für sagenhafte 59 Euro. Bei den klanglichen Möglichkeiten hätte auch gut und gerne eine Eins mehr vor dieser Zahl stehen können. Ein Schnäppchen, daher: zugeschlagen
For this new reverb plugin, D16 has delivered the goods with a large selection of great sounding reverb models and additional settings to quickly get the right type of reverb for your tracks with little fuss or hassle.
... the generated reverb effects sound particularly natural, dense and lively. During our test, this easy-to-use plug-in proved to be versatile and was able to give drums and percussion, instruments such as guitar, piano and strings, and also keyboard and synth sounds and vocals a realistic spatial sound
This advanced analogue-style chorus plug-in is exceptionally malleable and does a nice job of emulating the classic bucket-brigade devices from the 1980s heyday of solid-state analogue processing
Knowing D16, I expected a high-quality reverb, and Spacerek does not disappoint. While Toraverb 2 is a bit out there, bordering on the rowdy and experimental, this is a comparatively clean and gentle reverb that’s nevertheless capable of beautiful sounds.
The modeled spaces are spot on, and that delay network sure goes a long way towards conjuring the echo-y and the ethereal out of the plug-in. Though, for grimy spaces, I’d have to throw some destructive processing on top or go elsewhere.
The way Decimator 2 changes sounds can in some ways be viewed as a filter that “lowers” the sound quality. It can come out similar to the effects that are built to be vintage filters. The main difference is that the quality of the track is not compromised by the Decimator 2, and it can do so much more than just provide a gritty filter.
Building a successful career as a music producer can take so much out of a person’s creativity. That’s why I love companies like the D16 Group for making products like the Punchbox. They make it fun and easy to create while still maintaining a professional sound that is recognized for its capabilities. Punchbox alone has received multiple awards and that isn’t even looking at their other fantastic programs