Imaginando – K7D 1.2.0 (VST, AAX) [WiN x64]

By | April 23, 2020
Year / Release Date: 03.2020
Version: 1.2.0
Developer: Imaginando
Developer’s site: imaginando
Format: VST, AAX
Bit: 64bit
Tabletka: not required | Retail
System requirements: Windows 10 or higher, 64 bit host DAW which supports VST or AAX plugin format

Description: K7D is a powerful and affordable plug-in with an old tape delay effect. The K7D recreates the hardware echo machines of the past using Imaginando’s signature style of intrusive analog emulation, but with an improved level of control thanks to a streamlined, modern interface. Using this approach opens up a whole new world of creative possibilities, while maintaining a warm, rich analog sound, filled with character and personality.
To give the K7D a distinctive analog sound, we studied and analyzed the tiniest details of what makes classic hardware delays like that, and carefully recreated every nuance for a fantastically authentic sound. The combination of K7D features makes it a versatile effects plugin that can do much more than just standard tape delay.
The K7D combines excellent sound quality with an excellent set of controls for a truly unique experience with excellent results. From a vintage pre-amplifier / pre-amplifier saturator to the ability to adjust the delay using a pitch – everything is easily accessible thanks to a stylish, intuitive display. Spend less time finding parameters and more time developing sound.
1ms to 1 sec. dual playhead analog modeled delay with noise, tape distortion and mechanical vibration models
Input with pre-amp saturation and optimized gain staging and saturation algorithms for very musical results
Normal and Ping Pong modes
Delay time spread between heads and stereo width control
High pass and Low pass filter on feedback path
Powerful LFO bipolar time modulation with multiple waveforms (sine, triangular, saw, square, sample and hold and filtered sample and hold) and possibility of inverted LFO phase on second play head (for added stereo imaging)
Delay time syncable with BPM and possibility of delay time modulation via incoming midi notes
Oscilloscope visualization of audio and LFO waveforms

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