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Hey, what’s up everybody. Joshua Casper here with Plugin Boutique and today we’re checking out a really cool experimental delay plugin called TTAP, with two Ts, by our good friends over at K-Devices. It’s all coming up, so let’s get into it!
This is a really cool device that can get some normal delay lines quite easily, but where it really excels is the abstract and experimental side of things. Before we take a look at its parameters, let’s have a quick listen, shall we?
Yeah, very diverse and unique sounding delay possibilities with TTAP. I wasn’t exaggerating.
One of the coolest things I found with this plugin is the little button in the bottom right of the interface. It kind of looks like a paragraph symbol. Clicking this will either display parameter names or unique parameter symbols.
Why did I find this so cool?
As this delay leans towards the abstract, I found myself wanting to just jump in and tweak different things until I found a cool result, rather than take the more traditional approach of using know parameter names that do expected things.
That being said, you can also click that same button to display the actual parameter names if you are more comfortable with that approach or you are looking for something specific to dial in.
This is a dual delay line plugin that can be synced or free floating. You can get reverse delay signals with the lick of a button for one or both channels, not to mention shapeable amplitude envelopes. You can also modulate and filter both delay lines as well. Digital or non linear tape head emulations.
All that, on top of some other really unique controls over both delays lines plus the traditional parameters you would see in other delay plugins.
I would say this is definitely a delay plugin to have in your arsenal if you are looking to have a unique delay sounds in your projects.
TTAP by K-Devices is available now on plugin boutique.com, links, as always, are in the video description.
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