Year/Date of Issue: 09/24/22
Developer: Native Instruments
Developer site: Native Instruments
Format: VST, VST3, AAX, AU
Bit depth: 64bit
Tablet: (WIN present [R2R]) (MAC cured [MORiA])
System requirements: WIN 10+ macOS 10.15+ (M1 Rosetta 2)
REPLICA is a stereo delay effect that can be used as a plug-in in your DAW. It can be used to create a range of different echo and reverb effects. Based on both vintage and modern delay modules, it features three unique styles, each with its own sonic character: Modern, Vintage Digital and Diffusion.
THE ESSENTIAL DELAY-
Optimized controls provide instant usability.
Three high-precision algorithms for versatile sound.
Resonant filter and phaser for extra movement.
REPLIKA combines two professional-quality delays and a powerful propagation algorithm in an elegant, streamlined interface. Easy to use, with a resonant filter and built-in classic phaser, REPLIKA is a versatile delay for everything from light slapback to warped noise sheets.
REPLIKA provides three different algorithms. Modern is a digital delay that delivers crystal clear repeats of high quality devices. Vintage Digital captures the charismatic nature of early studio delays. Diffusion provides a fresh sound that balances between delay and reverb.
MODULATION AND MORE-
A high-end resonant filter and classic phaser add smooth to punchy movement that can be synced to the beat for intense sound design. You can even adjust the position of your signal in the mix with normal, wide and ping pong stereo modes.
REPLIKA’s powerful sound shaping features are presented in an easy-to-use interface designed for basic functions only. Choose your delay mode and fine-tune the lows and highs. One-knob subdivision adjustment allows you to select the most commonly used delay times. And adding modulation is just as easy with simple combinations of three intuitive knobs and two buttons to choose between phaser and filter—Low-Pass, High-Pass, or Notch.
How to install (WINDOWS)
0.Delete previous versions.
1.Install the software.
2.Go to “%COMMONPROGRAMFILES%\Native Instruments\Service Center\”.
If “NativeAccess.xml” is not there, copy the included “NativeAccess.xml” there.
If there is “NativeAccess.xml”, check its size.
If yours is smaller than the one provided, copy ours (yours must be old to overwrite).