Variety Of Sound has announced mkII versions for NastyDLA and TesslaPRO to be released during Q2/2012.
By this, all the sonic bliss of stateful saturation algorithms will be made available for both, the highly regarded classic chorus echo device with tape-delay simulation and the critically acclaimed “transient aware” signal saturator.
Stateful Saturation takes advantage of some sought after analog qualities and preserves them accurately during their transfer into the digital domain:
- high frequency shimmer and sheen without digital harshness
- depth and ’3d’ imaging side effects before distortion itself becomes apparent
- audio transient dynamics that remains vibrant and alive
- natural and impressive bass response
NastyDLA mkII remains feature wise the very same but introduces the input stage modelled by this new and exciting technology and also redesigns the tape compression algorithm for an improved IM distortion performance. TesslaPRO mkII will go way further by introducing a variety of different signal coloration options, ranging from console style distortion models up to typical mic/preamp colors.
More information: Variety Of Sound