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Ichi

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Synth (Analogue / Subtractive) Plugin by Saltline
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Ichi
Ichi by Saltline is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin for Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin.
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Ichi is a subtractive, VA synthesizer with 2 identical sound generators and an extensive modulation matrix. Each generator consists of 2 oscillators, a state variable filter and a delay. It is a simple yet effective synth that is capable of producing a wide range of sounds from percussive hits to atmospheric pads, organic basses to digital leads.

Features:

  • 2 identical sound generators. 1 generator consists of:
    • 2 oscillators. 7 waveforms each. Octave, semitone and fine tuning. Sync.
    • Oscillator bias, phase relation and pulse width controls.
    • 12/24db state variable filters with note follow cutoff.
    • Delay with sync to host, user defined and note follow rate.
    • 12db filter, delay pan and mix.
  • Modulation matrix:
    • 10 Modulation sources: 4 LFOs, 4 envelope generators, aftertouch and velocity.
    • Modulation amount, signal invert and restrict hi and low.
    • 24 Destination slots.
    • Modulation matrix destinations:
      • Oscillator pitch, pulse width phase relation and bias.
      • Filter cutoff and resonance. Pan and volume. Delay rate, feedback, cutoff and pan. Chorus mix, rate, depth,and delay. Limiter pre-gain.
  • Global features:
    • Chorus, limiter and master volume.
    • Pitch bend range, MIDI channel select, portamento and MIDI learn.
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