TAF - Marco Sfogli
TAF - Marco Sfogli
TAF - Marco Sfogli
TAF - Marco Sfogli
TAF - Marco Sfogli

TAF - Marco Sfogli

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Marco Sfogli’s TAF is a state-of-the-art plugin designed by F-AudioLabs in collaboration with one of the best guitarists in the world.

A very powerful plugin featuring a classic silky Chorus and a dual/double delay section with all the controls needed to create beautiful soundscapes.
Based on Marco Sfogli’s sound and production style, TAF not only includes a chorus and two delays that can be used singularly or in dual mode, but it also features a unique style mode named Tri-Pan.

“Delay has always been a key part of my tone.
Whether it’s a clean part or a distorted lead, I always use one. The TAF is the result of putting together the best ingredients for a perfect recipe, with its lush sound and a Tri-Pan mode that I could only achieve before by summing different delays together. On top of that, there’s a smooth chorus effect that will help your tone to stand out in any mix”. - Marco Sfogli - 


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 AUDIO SAMPLES

MacOS 10.13 or newer. (older os versions might work, but they are neither tested nor supported). 

Windows 64-bit, versions 10 or newer. Intel Core 2 Duo, AMD Athlon 64 X2 or newer.
4 GB RAM (8 GB or more is strongly recommended)
1 GB hard disk space for installation
Screen resolution 1280x800 or larger.
An F-AudioLabs account is required to register and install the software.
Active Internet connection for downloading installer and managing licenses.
The most recent maintenance release of the DAW application is recommended.
However, due to plug-in host differences between DAWs - and our own rigorous testing standards - we only officially test our plug-ins in the most recent versions of:
Logic Pro, Cubase, Live, Studio One, Digital Performer, Reaper and Sonar.
Our plugins are not tested in the non-listed systems, but they most likely work as long as the system requirements are met.
We cannot guarantee a solution for issues in unsupported systems.