Syntorus 2

Sale price$59.00

Chorus with real analog feel - The classic chorus effect is created by mixing an audio signal with one or more delayed and pitch-modulated copies of itself. It stands to reason, then, that the delay line module is the most important part of any chorus unit. For Syntorus 2, D16 constructed an extremely precise model of a high-quality BBD (bucket brigade device) analog delay line in the digital domain – the resulting emulation has an incredibly warm, musical sound with no unwanted digital artifacts.


Effects Plugin

AU / VST2 / AAX / VST3

Freedom to sculpt your sound

About Syntorus 2
NEW Three BBD delay lines

Most chorus effect units use just a single delay, but Syntorus 2 deploys three analog delay lines to conjure a richer, fuller, deeper chorus sound.

It also gives you a choice of two BBD delay line models: by default, the chorus effect is exceptionally clean and pristine, but activating Analog BBD Emulation adds even more analog warmth and character to the signal.

And needless to say, full control is granted over all delay line parameters, giving you absolute freedom in sculpting your sound.

NEW Configurable modulation

Syntorus 2's three LFO generators serve as flexible modulation sources, routed to the delay lines in a number of switchable topologies. Timeline-locked host sync and independent adjustment of left/right phase offset broaden the spectrum of creative possibilities further still.

NEW Filter and tremolo

Each delay line has a multimode filter and a tremolo effect built in, both governed by the same modulation sources as the delay time. The filter is ideal for cooking up convincing Leslie sounds, especially when delay modulation is used to simulate the directional characteristic and Doppler effect of a rotating speaker.

The tremolo can be employed on its own or added to the modulated delay line for the crafting of even more dynamic sounds – it’s particularly effective on keyboards and guitars.

NEW Three BBD delay lines

Most chorus effect units use just a single delay, but Syntorus 2 deploys three analog delay lines to conjure a richer, fuller, deeper chorus sound.

It also gives you a choice of two BBD delay line models: by default, the chorus effect is exceptionally clean and pristine, but activating Analog BBD Emulation adds even more analog warmth and character to the signal.

And needless to say, full control is granted over all delay line parameters, giving you absolute freedom in sculpting your sound.

NEW Configurable modulation

Syntorus 2's three LFO generators serve as flexible modulation sources, routed to the delay lines in a number of switchable topologies. Timeline-locked host sync and independent adjustment of left/right phase offset broaden the spectrum of creative possibilities further still.

NEW Filter and tremolo

Each delay line has a multimode filter and a tremolo effect built in, both governed by the same modulation sources as the delay time. The filter is ideal for cooking up convincing Leslie sounds, especially when delay modulation is used to simulate the directional characteristic and Doppler effect of a rotating speaker.

The tremolo can be employed on its own or added to the modulated delay line for the crafting of even more dynamic sounds – it’s particularly effective on keyboards and guitars.

Listen to Syntorus 2

Audio Demo 1
Audio Demo 2
Audio Demo 3
Audio Demo 4

Reviews

Santaflow


"I love D16. Syntorus is in all my productions, giving character and strengh to my strings and synths."

Producer Sphere


"When all is said and done, Syntorus 2 is an absolute joy to use. The engine is extremely fast, easy to understand and allows for a huge amount of creative possibilities. "

Computer Music/ Music Radar


"All told, we found Syntorus 2 to be better than its predecessor – more flexible, easier to use and, dare we say, better-sounding. One of the best-sounding chorus plugins about. "

Technical Information

Please carefully read the system requirements before purchasing this product.

Download Manual (PDF)

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