D16 Group updates Sigmund delay plugin to v1.1 (incl. AAX)

D16 Group has released version 1.1 of Sigmund, the flexible delay effect plug-in for Windows and Mac.

D16 Group Sigmund

The Sigmund version 1.1 finally released. This is not just another bug fixing update. This one comes with whole bunch of new features and functions added, transgressing it to the new heights. Now also Pro Tools users can enjoy it, since the update comes as new plug-in format; the AAX.

Registered users can download it either from their User Area accounts or Sigmund’s web page.

Those of you, that are still unsure whether the new update will meet all your expectations, grab the demo from Sigmund’s web page and give it a go.

Changes in Sigmund v1.1

  • AAX compatibility (Pro Tools 10 / 11).
  • New functions and features added
    • New modulator types; Envelope and Peak follower.
    • Tempo Tapping feature.
    • Feedback Hold feature.
    • Phase Shift parameter to LFO type Modulator.
    • Waveform Invert parameter to LFO type Modulator.
    • New retrigger source for Modulators; Transient detector.
    • Quality settings (4 grades for Real-time and Offline processing).
    • Configurable Delay Lines’ Buffer Length for controlling memory consumption.
    • 116 new factory presets.
    • Default parameter automation map for easier start.
  • Changes and bugfixes
    • Modulator retriggering configuration moved from options to MOD GUI area.
    • Minor look and feel changes.
    • [Mac OS X] Added Apple digital signature (Gatekeeper compatibility).
    • [Mac OS X] Bugfix for improper displaying fractional parts of delay time values.
    • [Mac OS X] Sigmund is now AU MIDI Controlled Effect, so Logic users can at last take an advantage of Sigmund’s MIDI Learn function.

Sigmund for Windows and mac (VST/AU/AAX) is available for purchase for 69 EUR/$89 USD/£59 GBP incl. VAT.

More information: D16 Group / Sigmund

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  • Koen Veldeman

    Gonna try this today! Sigmund in it’s previous incarnation used too much CPU to my liking. The quality and buffer settings that they introduced now may make it a more manageable beast.

    • Did you get a chance to check v1.1? I used the demo of the initial version quite a bit and I really like its sound. Right now I mostly use OhmBoyz & Timeless 2 (plus a few free plugs like NastyDLA).

      • Koen Veldeman

        Been busy trying to solve massive CPU spikes in Studio One when working with OpenGL plugins (Fabfilter) so I didn’t have much time for testing this. But from the little I tried, Sigmund now uses a very acceptable amount of CPU, and has settings for offline rendering. (Just like Diva.) I think that I’ll finally be able to use it after all!

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