K-Devices’ New TTAP Delay & WOV Amp Modulator Are True Sound Design Plugins!

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K-Devices, known for its excellent Ableton Max For Live Devices, recently announced its first plug-ins TTAP Delay & WOV Amp Modulator. Like their other products, the plugins follow the same philosophy: they invite you to go deep in sound design and let experiment with sounds. TTAP is a new double tap delay/manipulator, WOV an advanced tremolo effect processor plugin.

Both plugins share a flat and easy-to-use GUI and offer immediate satisfaction in getting DSP purpose results as well as the option to go into experimental and unusual territories.

K-Devices TTAP Delay & WOV Amp Modulator


TTAP is a double tape delay/manipulator. You can delay a signal, then process it via two independent tape manipulators, and several common parameters. Starting as a delay, it can generate delayed patterns, rhythmic accents, glitched textures, and more…

WOV is a creative amplitude modulator, able to go from warm guitar tremolo like modulations to quasi grains processing, to trance gate complex patterns, to instability and/or rhythm injection for drones and pads, and more.

K-Devices WOV and TTAP will be available for Windows and Mac in VST/VST3, AU and AAX plugin formats on February 26th. You can already pre-order the plugins now at a 50% discount, priced at 59€. At release, the plugins will be available individually at an introductory 25% discount, or in a bundle at 40% off until March 17th.

More information here: K-Devices

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