TAL-DUB-II is a free VST vintage delay unit, a 4x oversampled distortion stage allows to add vintage distortion to the delayd signal…


A 4x oversampled distortion stage allows to add vintage distortion to the delayd signal, but its also possible to make clean delays. A sinus LFO has the possibility to modulate delay time and low pass filter cutoff. Adjustable LFO stereo width is also included. An analog sounding 6dB low pass filter with resonance and a 3dB high cut filter are also parts of TAL-DUB-II. Different routing options open a wide range of possibilities.


  • Synced delay times
  • 4x oversampled distortion stage
  • VU-Meter shows gain reduction
  • LFO (low pass cutoff and delay modulation, stereo width)
  • 6dB resonance low pass filter
  • 3dB high pass filter
  • Midi learn for all pots
  • 20 factory presets
  • Documentation

What i like:

32/64 Bit operation, the sound, the distortion stage.

What i Don’t like:


Download TAL-DUB-II at VST4FREE or at tal-software.com

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2 thoughts on “TAL-DUB-II

  1. Ted

    Hi, thanks for your capsule reviews of great VSTs— you have good taste in your selections. Can you elaborate on when to use TAL-DUB or TAL-DUB II ? I’m not quite sure of the differences between them, or why there’s two different versions. Thanks!

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    1. Al Brown Post author

      Hi Ted, thank you for your kind words, TAL-DUB, TAL-DUB II and TAL-DUB III are all doing a great job on drums but they are different in sound, TAL-DUB has a more vintage style, perfect for DUB music style, the TAL-DUB II has a more modern and agressive sound, give it a try on industrial or hip hop drums, the TAL-DUB III might be good on ambiant style music, of course it’s my opinion so don’t hesitate trying them on various instruments like synths, guitars or whatever, i will post some more details in the future…



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