Tritik Intros TkDelay

TkDelay

Tritik has introduced TkDelay – a versatile delay audio plugin for Mac & Windows.

According to the developers, TkDelay’s range runs from classic delays to experimental sounds.

Key Features: 

  • Main Controls
    • Host-synced and free delay times (per channel)
    • Delay times modulation (per channel)
    • Feedback gains with infinite loop support (per channel)
    • Frequency shifter (per channel)
    • Reverse mode
    • Ping-pong (via cross-feedback control)
    • Tap-tempo
    • Overdrive
    • Wet/Dry and output gain controls
    • Phase inversion
  • Filters
    • Resonant low-pass
    • Resonant hi-pass
    • Band-pass
    • Highpass + lowpass combination
    • Freq modulation with free or host-synced rate
    • Inside or outside the feedback loop
    • Bypass switch
  • Interface
    • Fully resizable interface !
    • Clean and intuitive
    • Fast access to synced times through menus
    • Display synced delay times as notes or ratios
    • Interactive MIDI-learn
    • Left-Right params links
    • Tooltips and prefs in english, french or spanish
  • Presets
    • File based preset system
    • Access through menu or browser
    • Presets ‘freezer’ for safe recall

TkDelay is available now for 29 Euro via the Tritik site.

5 thoughts on “Tritik Intros TkDelay

  1. Looks like Delay Studio is Windows only. It looks like a powerful plug-in, but its GUI is more confusing than TkDelay’s. I haven’t tried either product, so I don’t know how they sound.

  2. Installed it and listened to all the presets running as a return effect from a drum track. Overall, fantastic. Good luck to this new 1 man band. Look forward to more….

  3. And it’s free as well, unless it’s used for commercial projects. Seeing that there’s surprisingly not a lot of decent syncing ping-pong delays out there, and TriTik is 64bit, works in Logic, it’s a bit of a must have!

  4. That is a really nice delay, and performance ready effects working glitch free- had a play about with it and it has got some crazy tweaking power on such a simply interface – and 64bit which is always good.

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