Analog Drum Module Updated

The Lower Rhythm releases D-15/2 v2 VST for Windows      04/04/11

Analog Drum Module Updated


The Lower Rhythm has releases version 2 of their D-15/2 VST for Windows. Here's what they have to say about it...
The D15/2 is a stereo, vintage-style analog drum module (no samples!). It follows standard trigger placement (for compatibility) and is fully tunable: this means that you can alter nearly every possible parameter that defines how the drum voices sound. With a total of 16 voices (including a twin bass drum channel), global and channel dedicated bit crushers and an output consisting of two stereo channels -- clean and dirty (tube amp simulator w/added bit crusher and tube drive stage) -- the D15/2 lends an uncommon level of control and variation to the analog drum concept.
Feature List:
  • Fully stereo
  • 16 voices including a two-voice bass drum
  • Control over all possible sound parameters
  • 'Tube' emulated dirty output channel with pre/post gain
  • Global bit crusher and tube drive
  • Channel bit crushers for BD, Snare and HiHat
Changes in this version:
  • 40% CPU reduction
  • Redesigned GUI w/smaller footprint
  • Redesigned amplifier with bit crushing and drive stages
  • Additional 'tubes' added to amplifier
  • Updated 'tube' design
  • Redesigned visual trigger indicators
  • Streamlined internal routing
  • Improvements to bit crusher resolution
  • Bit Crushers added to Snare and HiHat channels
  • Unnecessary reverb circuit removed to improve CPU
  • New and reworked presets
Pricing and Availability:
$19.99 More information:

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