Decimort gives you the sound of a hardware sampler
18th Sep 2008 | 11:42
New d16 plug-in does bit-crushing and more
Do you miss the grit and colour that you used to get from your old hardware sampler? If so, d16's Decimort could be a plug-in worth adding to your virtual rack. This is the latest addition to the company's Silver Line range of effects.
This is a bit-crusher that offers a resampling algorithm and analogue-style filters. The left and right channels can be processed separately in stereo mode, with different parameters on each channel.
All of the plug-in's internal processing is 64-bit, and you get a selection of presets. MIDI learn functionality is also in place.
Decimort is available for pre-order now priced at €29 (it's cross-platform and supports the VST and AU plug-in formats). It'll be released in early October, when the price will rise to €35.
Find out more on the d16 website.