- The filter section in version 1.2 gains a Sallen-Key model, a virtual-analog 12 dB lowpass filter inspired by vintage synthesizers such as the MS series. This filter type has strong saturation in its feedback path, giving it a distinct character when turning up the resonance. The model employs a zero-delay feedback design like the other filters in Antidote, which preserves the circuit topology and results in proper resonant tuning. Furthermore the filter can reach self-oscillation.
- Two new wavetables have been added, consisting of short waveform cycles inspired by classic wavetable synthesizers.
- Antidote gains CV outputs for both LFOs and all three envelopes, on the back panel. Now you can connect the filter envelope to our AF-4 module, for instance.
- The delay section of Antidote gains a high-quality reverse delay effect. Reverse Delay is an effect which plays echoes backwards, as opposed to forward, resulting in trippy type of sounds.