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Synth (Hybrid) Plugin by NUSofting
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Acidome by NUSofting is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin for Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin.
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Acidome is based on the classic subtractive synthesis concept but benefits from a flexible set of oscillators which allow an almost infinite source of creativity.

Main Features:

  • Osc 1, the "variosc": With this sound generator you can draw a waveform with the mouse, or load one of the many shapes available in the included Acidome Waveform Library. If it looks boring, edit it directly. Experiment as much as you want. You can modify a waveform in realtime - while you're playing - and hear the sound morphing. Acidome includes the WaveTable Picker, a tool that enables you to convert standard WAV files into templates for the Acidome OSC 1.
  • Osc 2, the "multiosc": This sound generator is made from 4 "non band-limited" oscillators with ramp waveform. You can adjust the amount of detune between them with the "Unispread" control for an immediate 'phat', raw and dirty classic sound.
  • Filter Stage: Acidome has plenty of filtration built right in.With a LowPass, HighPass, BandPass, BandReject, Peak filter and an extra LowPass, smoother than the first one. The filter frequency can be modulated by the 16-step LFO which is BPM syncable for rhythmic effects, but it can also be smoothed for luscious ambient sweeps.
  • Effects: Ping-Pong Delay, a Stereo Chorus, and a 16- step Gate Sequencer. All with BPM sync.
  • Pitch Envelope.
  • Limiter.
  • 300+ Presets.
  • Skinnable.
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