With the introduction of the D-TwoTC Electronic have once again succeeded in developing cutting edge technology, expanding the way you work with your effects processor! Your creativity will be the only limit when it comes to exploring the endless number of delay possibilities within the D-Two.
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. The unique hardware design ensures that the delay effects you get from the D-Two only come in one variety: Delay Re-Invented
When TC Electronic introduced the TC 2290, the Professional Audio Industry was given an exceptional tool for creating stunning delay effects. Since the introduction of the TC 2290, digital delay processors have been built on the same basic principle.
Standard Delay Line
The standard delay line of the D-Two is based around a delay line with a feedback loop. The audio is fed back via the loop, which results in repeats.
The D?Two Delay Line
The D-Two delay/feedback strategy is different from ordinary delay products. In the D-Two the repeats are caused by a number of taps that are not fed back into the delay line. That enables the D-Two to output a specific number of repeats, providing you with ultimate control.
It is also possible to feed the last tap back into the delay line, generating a complete rhythm sequence, which is repeated when you have the Feedback active. This unique feature allows you to exactly match your effects to your music.
TC introduces the truly musical Rhythm Tap feature: Not only tempo, but actual rhythm patterns can be tapped directly - or quantized according to a specific tempo and subdivision. The delays and rhythm patterns can be up to 10 seconds each. Control the exact number of repeats with Absolute Repeat Control.
Setting up your D-Two is extremely easy. Either choose Regular mode for standard delay applications or choose the Unique D-Two Rhythm mode. Simply tap in a specific rhythm and match this to your source material. You automatically enter the Rhythm mode when you tap the FEEDBACK/RHYTHM key.
The D-Two Delay processor comes with six unique add-on effects. You can access all parameters of the six effects directly from the front panel.
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.
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 which in most cases will seem less disturbing on the overall sound.
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.
The Reverse Delay effect processes the signal, and adds a backward delay.
Get one of the most useful delay functions with the D-Two:The Dynamic Delay effect. Reduce the delay level as much as you like while the signal is fed to the Input, or enhance the delay level when the signal is at a lower level. When using this function you get a delay effect which seems to be present only where and when it does not disturb or interfere with the source material e.g. in the pauses between phases from a vocalist, a guitar player or similar.
Let your material jump from left to right, left-center-right or let the D-Two dynamically fit the panning to your chosen number of taps. I