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TAL-DAC by TAL Software is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for macOS, Windows and Linux. It functions as a VST Plugin, an Audio Units Plugin, a VST 3 Plugin, an AAX Plugin and a CLAP Plugin.
Windows 7 or higher
OS X 10.9 or higher
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TAL-DAC brings back the character and sound of the 80's samplers and Lo-Fi devices in one effect plug-in. You can use it for subtle sound changes but also extreme effects.

It adds character and grit to your drum, synth, or sampled sounds. The plug-in also offers a saturation stage on the input and one in the DAC section.


  • Recording stage with input volume control and soft clipper (adds odd harmonics).
  • Variable recording sample rate (500Hz-48000Hz).
  • Variable recording bit-depth (4bit-16-bit) with different algorithms (mu-law, mu-law delta, linear).
  • Reconstruction section with different reconstruction methods (hold, variable, linear, S1000/sinc).
  • Very steep reconstruction filters (optional).
  • AMP drive (adds even and odd harmonics to the signal).
  • A high- and low-shelf filter (12dB).
  • Optional 8x oversampling for saturation stages.

Latest User Reviews

Average user rating of 5.00 from 2 reviews

Reviewed By Aqua1014
August 16th, 2022

This plugin is fantastic! I love using it to decimate breaks into stuttering messes great for IDM. Play around with the flexible gain structure and read up on the conversion modes to really get the most out of the plugin.

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Reviewed By mat222
August 12th, 2022

This is hands down one of my favourite plugins for breathing life into boring digital sounds..

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