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Matt Sorum talks about the D-Two from TC Electronic

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Think of delays and chances are our delays are what you hear in your head. Not to toot our own horn (though we'd probably never leave the house again if we could), but our delays are the best out there - end of story. With D-Two we wanted to combine our awesome delays with fun - we've added the truly musical Rhythm Tap feature: Not only tempo, but actual rhythm patterns can be tapped directly on the unit for results that are sure to quickly whip your creativity to new highs!

  • TC quality delays and effects
  • Multitap rhythm delay
  • Absolute repeat control

TC Quality. ‘Nuff Said.

We're not into repeating ourselves - we like to let our delays do that. They sound great and D-Two houses some cool chorus effects and soem sweet filters. All the TC classics are here from a Ping Pong to a Reverse delay, all ported straight from our 2290.

Terrifically Tappable

D-Two offers 3 ways to control your delays: 'traditional', which is the setup used by every delay unit since the dawn of mankind, 'straight' which allows you to control the exact number of repeats and 'rhythm mode' which allows you to tap a tempo.

Control Your Repeats

Absolute repeat control is a nifty feature that allows you to do exactly what you thought it did when you read it: absolutely control your repeats. It's great for sculpting some awesome sounds with precision and ease.

Backstage Pass - All Access

D-Two is the most succesfull marriage of technology and our love for music to date. Filled to the brim with the best of the best in delays and with a UI that caters to your inner musician and not your inner technician, you can be sure to get D-Two rocking hard in no time.

Display

The display on D-Two is as straightforward as it is essential. You immediately get an overview of input metering, delay times, preset numbers and all the other essential info to keep you on top of your game.

Standard Delay Line

This is where your bread- and butter delays reside, but in TC quality. 

The D•Two Delay Line

This is specifically designed to let you decide the number of repeats via tapping your desired repeats. Simple, but game changing.

Rhythm Tap

Rhythm Tap allows you to tap the actual rhythm pattern and tempo of your delays right on the front of the unit. Simple, easy and really really nice to work with. That’s right, it’s so nice we wrote ‘really’ twice. 

Spatial

Use the Spatial Delay effect if you want to add more width to the sound of your material. Extra width is generated either by offsetting left channel up to +/-200ms or by reversing the phase on any channel or both. 

Filter

Add Filter to your delay to get a softer, warmer and more natural sounding delay. Reduce the high frequencies of your delay with the D-Two filter effect. This gives you a delay that which in most cases will seem less disturbing on the overall sound. 

Chorus

A great sounding pitch-modulated delay in the shape of TC’s world-acclaimed Chorus is included in the D-Two as well. Double clicking on the CHORUS key provides you with instant access to all chorus parameters. 

Reverse Delay

The Reverse Delay effect processes the signal, and adds a backward delay. 

Dynamic Delay

The delay that listens to what you are playing and turns the delays up or down accordingly. 

Ping-Pong

Create some sounds that jump all over the place and fit how things pan with your music via the rhythm tap button. 

True 24 Bit

State–of–the–art hardware provides you with true 24 bit resolution A/D and D/A converters and true 24 bit RAM memory.

Hey Ho Let’s I/O

D-Two features balanced in- and out jacks, S/PDIF, MIDI in/out/thru and there’s even a pedal input for controlling parameters externally.

D-Two's Resume

  • Multitap rhythm delay
  • Absolute repeat control
  • Up to 10 seconds of delay
  • 50 factory presets/100 user locations
  • 24-bit A/D-D/A converters
  • S/PDIF digital I/O, 44.1-48kHz
  • 1/4" jacks - dual I/O
  • 24-bit internal processing
  • Six unique direct-access features
  • Spatial effect provides extra wide delay with a single keystroke
  • Filtering as repeats decay
  • Ping-Pong lets you pick any of five patterns and set the relationship between panning speed and delay tempo
  • Reverse Delay at the touch of a key
  • Dynamic mode sets release time and threshold to let the input signal control the level of delay
  • Chorus and Flanger effects

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