Vintage Digital & Analogue Studio Effects
Think of delays and chances are our delays are what you hear in your head. Not to toot our own horn, but our delays are the best out there – end of story. With TC Electronic 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!
With TC Electronic 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. ‘Nuff Said.
We’re not into repeating ourselves – we like to let our delays do that. They sound great and TC Electronic 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.
TC Electronic 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.
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TC Electronic D-Two is the most successful 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 TC Electronic D-Two rocking hard in no time.
Quantization: 24 Bit
Sampling Frequency: 48kHz
Frequency Response: 20Hz-20kHz
Dynamic Range: 100dB
I have had a D two in the Rack und I have to admit that it was the worst unit ever from a build quality. All knobs to the right hand side had literally no contact to make adjustments once pressed. Once I turned the Alpha dial to right hand side, the Display went nuts or changed presets randomly after some runtime. Even a factory reset and some service to the knobs did not solved the issues. Once it was up and running it did the job and I liked it – but if a unit is so unreliable, it was not fun to use at all.