D16 Group Intros Antresol – ‘The Last Flanger You Will Ever Need’

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D16 Group has introduced Antresol, a stereo flanger plugin, for Mac & Windows, inspired by classic analog BBD flangers.

Here’s the video intro:

Here’s what they have to say about it:

The original, conceived in the mid-70s, quickly became a benchmark for flanger-type effects by offering a uniquely rich character defined by luxuriously harmonious interacting resonances, and has been heard ever since on countless classic recordings. That’s why D16 couldn’t resist the opportunity to resurrect the soul of this classic in a thoroughly modern incarnation with Antresol, our newest effect in the SilverLine Collection!

Here are the official audio demos:

Features:

  • True emulation of BBD based analog delay line
  • Optional independent parameter control for each stereo channel
  • Selectable L/R or M/S stereo processing modes
  • ‘Mistress mode’ allows the whole unit to work the same as the classic flanger
  • LFO can be synchronized with your host application
  • 3 different LFO-to-BBD clock curves
  • Ultra-low aliasing output
  • Highly musical and pleasant sound
  • Tag-based browser
  • Two alternative GUI sizes
  • MIDI-learn functionality throughout
  • 64bit internal processing

Antresol is available now for US $49/39 Euro. A demo version is also available.

6 thoughts on “D16 Group Intros Antresol – ‘The Last Flanger You Will Ever Need’

  1. Here we go again software !!!
    Thought a new flamger on the market , turns out its sofwtare. I am not the only one amused by such poor advertising!

    1. whats the last hardware flanger you saw released?

      enough of this complaining, its not what u thought, hit the back button and move on. d16 group in the title was good enough hint that its software.

      new product released. omg it must be hardware cuz they didnt say soft! omg its their fault! my seconds of life wasted!

    2. 1985 called.. They wanted to let you know there are spelling mistakes in your 30 year old whinging about hardware vs software.

  2. I own EVERY D16 plugin. Not one of them has disappointed me in any way. I use them on a weekly basis, and will purchase this ASAP. Amazing bang for the buck.

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