We recreate the kicks heard in Kanye West’s “Love Lockdown,” Azealia Banks’ “Anna Wintour,” and Ghostemane’s “Mercury: Retrograde” using nothing but D16’s Punchbox.
We compare the features available in Punchbox and Kick 2, two popular kick drum synthesizers, in an attempt to determine which is the better plugin.
Discover new sonic possibilities with Xfer Record’s Serum by combining the synth with plugins from the powerful D16 FX Bundle.
In this tutorial, we’re going to look at some of the versatile features of Punchbox and how they can be used to create the different components of a drum kit.
This feature guide explores Decimort 2, a high quality bit crusher that manages to achieve an oxymoron: it’s dirty yet clean.
This feature guide explores Devastor 2, a versatile multi-band distortion unit that excels in adding aggressive bite as well as subtly enhancing warmth.
This feature guide explores Punchbox, a kick drum synthesizer that combines sampling, synthesis, and a host of effects modules to design the perfect kick.
This feature guide explores Toraverb 2, a “concept algorithm reverb” that allows the user to create any type of reverb from the ground up.
This feature guide explores Antresol, a plugin that brings the classic sound of an analog BBD stereo flanger back to life with unrivaled precision.
This feature guide explores Tekturon, a plugin that combines a multitap delay with step sequencing to produce inspired soundscapes.