D16 Group to release Decimort 2
D16 Group is about to release Decimort 2, an updated version of their bit crusher and sample rate reducer.
Part of D16's SilverLine collection of plugins, Decimort 2 is described as a bit crusher and sample rate reducer with some additional, unconventional features.
Announced for December 22nd in VST, AU and AAX formats, the D16 Group's Decimort 2 will be priced €39/$49/£32 (taxes included if applicable). A Rack Extension (RE) version has also been confirmed but no release date or price has been announced yet.
An upgrade program for Decimort 2 will be available for every Decimort (the first) license owner, with no detail as of yet. An introductory price will also be available for D16's loyal customers who don’t own Decimort yet: in all cases, check your virtual mail boxes as more information and coupon codes will be sent to those who qualify for such discounts before release date.
More details to be found at D16 Group's website.
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