It provides an incredible degree of sound- shaping freedom, D16 Group “Sigmund 2” is released. Intro price 40% OFF

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It provides an incredible degree of sound- shaping freedom, D16 Group “Sigmund 2” is released.

Intro price 40% OFF.


Sigmund 2

The plug-in consists of four discrete delay units, each with an independent set of parameters that offer you the freedom to shape your sound.

There’s an ancient saying, often attributed to Aristotle: The whole is greater than the sum of its parts.

With Sigmund, this is especially true as each of the delay lines has complementary modules such as filter and overdrive built in, working independently from the feedback loop. The delay lines themselves can also be combined together in several ways.

Sigmund’s user interface has been designed from the ground up to be as intuitive as possible.

Everything is presented as if on a silver (or brushed aluminum) platter, cleanly and clearly laid out with instant access to each section and its parameters.

Four independent delay lines

With Sigmund 2, each delay line is absolutely alias free; the only sonic colorations you’ll ever hear are the ones you’ve intentionally created.

The signal path design process that created Sigmund has been zero-compromise from beginning to end. In fact, the sound quality is so high, the processing so pure, that it’s possible to work with even the smallest delay times with zero artifacts emerging, even down to one-tenth of a millisecond.

So, it’s possible without any tricks or half-measures to use a single delay line not only as a traditional delay / echo effect, but also as a chorus or flanger using smaller delay times.

Such precise control allows subtle modulation on time parameters to delicately bring a sound to life and add gently flowing, modulated warmth that is reminiscent of the analog delays of yesteryear.

Stereo options

The available stereo options expand Sigmund’s functionality to add a spatializer effect. Applying delays in different stereo modes (M/S or L/R) and adding phase shifts between channels can really widen things up.

Overdrive module

Overdrive offers a whole variety of possibilities to shape your sound. With four delay lines at your disposal, you can go into the weeds pretty deeply and achieve complex multi-band distortion or multi-band dynamic effects.

Multimode filter

A very musical filter can work either inside or outside the feedback loop. Use it outside to remove unwanted frequencies, or inside to create the impression of a fading sound.

You can even get creative by using it in a few lines at once to make any filter effect you desire, such as wah-wah, vowel or even phaser-like sounds.

Modulation amounts

Here is where the magic happens. You’re in control of just how much the modulators affect filter cutoff, in-loop delay time and/or volume of a delay line.

This makes it possible to get all sorts of modulation effects, ranging from choruses and flangers (by affecting delay time) through to phasers, wah-wah (modulating cutoff parameter), tremolo and panners (influencing volume).

In skilled hands, this feature becomes a powerful weapon.


Sigmund’s four delay lines can be interconnected with each other in practically every manner possible.

The plug-in offers a choice of nine different routing topologies which give access to completely new dimensions of sound creation.

For example, say you have delays currently running in parallel but would like to have a cascade of serially connected delays instead: you can reconfigure them instantly with just a click of the mouse. For even greater convenience, the output signals of each delay line are combined in a purpose-built internal mixer to ensure seamless transition between algorithms and a much more efficient workflow.

Multi-purpose modulators

Sigmund offers four general-purpose modulators which can auto-modulate some of the delay lines’ internal parameters. Each modulator can operate in three different modes:

  • LFO: At extreme settings, the LFO is capable of twisting the input signal utterly beyond recognition and into what you might expect transmissions from an alien civilization to sound like!
  • Envelope: In combination with a built-in transient detector, this gives you a very powerful tool; when applied to amplitude, you can freely shape your sound’s dynamics to control how it blends into the whole mix. Using the transient detector to modulate the signal’s amplitude lets you control the dynamics very precisely.
  • Peak follower: It’s a must-have for a modulator; nothing else offers such an expressive wah-wah effect when applied to filter cutoff. And in the hands of skilled sound designers, the only limit is imagination.

Modulator re-triggering

Each modulator can be independently re-triggered with MIDI notes or the signal itself (with a transient detector) when LFO or ENV modulator type is selected, allowing for yet more control and creative free- dom.

Padlock system

Sigmund can be effortlessly applied in nearly any configuration in the studio. It can be used as an insert effect for an instrument or bus channel, or as a versatile send effect with the help of a parameter lock that allows for auditioning presets without having to readjust the FX fader with each new selection.

In combination with the padlocks for locking individual delay lines when changing presets, this allows you to zero in on the desired effect with extreme efficiency.

This is not a standalone program – a host application (DAW) is required to use it.

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