D16 Group releases Syntorus

D16 Group Syntorus

D16 Group has released Syntorus, a double path analog chorus effect plug-in for Windows and Mac.

There are many different chorus effect plugins available on the market today. However, finding one which gives the classic analogue chorus sound is easier said than done. Even on expensive units with advanced parameter controls, getting that vintage chorus timbre can be a challenge.

With this in mind, D16 set out to create a plugin which would have a rich analogue chorus similar to the effect found on classic synthesisers like the Solina, Synthex or Juno. This new effect is called Syntorus and is the latest addition to the Silver Line of plugins.

Syntorus has a unique sound which will add richness to any instrument it is used on. Synthetic basses and leads will come to life. It will also add extra depth and lushness to acoustic instruments.

Syntorus features

  • Emulation of analogue delay line
  • Double delay line
  • LFOs synchronized with host application
  • Built-in tremolo effect
  • Presets organised into groups
  • Midi learn function
  • 64bit internal processing

Syntorus is available to purchase for PC and Mac (VST/AU) for 35 EUR. All current users who own Silver Line effect(s) can take an advantage of a cross grade offer and purchase Syntorus for a lower price. Total Bundle and Silver Line collection have been updated and now both include Syntorus.

More information: D16 Group / Syntorus

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  • rumba_codex

    Buy it! This is a superb chorus.

    Very impressed with D16 Group overall. In the last few months they’ve put in a lot of work to update and refine their entire product line. Great sounding stuff.

  • I have yet to check their range of effects but I’ve been using the classic drum machines and I’m very impressed with the sounds I get from those, especially the Nepheton.

  • Tom @ Waveformless did a review of Syntorus:

    I have to admit that when I heard D16’s next product was going to be a chorus effect, I was a little disappointed. It wasn’t that I lacked faith in their abilities to make a great-sounding chorus, it’s just that honestly, I’ve never used chorus very much. But something told me to reserve judgment until I actually got my hands on it, as when D16 gives their take on a standard effect, there is usually some unique twist to it that makes it worth checking out. As it turns out, this plug-in is no exception.

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