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NitrousPD

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Synth (Phase Distortion) Plugin by NOVAkILL
NitrousPD
NitrousPD by NOVAkILL is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin for Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin.
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NitrousPD is the second part of NOVAkILL's "Nitrous Project". It is a Phase Distortion synth with a full subtractive [virtual-analogue] signal path and a wealth of modulation options. Its super-compact UI is designed to maximise workflow without making it too hard to work with, thanks to large, well-spaced knobs and obvious, simple to use minor controls.

Its main features are:

  • SynthEdit's standard Phase Distortion Oscillator with two wave generators, each offering 7 different waveforms.
  • State-Variable filter with Low Pass 12 and 24dB/octave and 12dB/octave High Pass, band Pass and Band Reject modes.
  • Two ADSR envelopes, both with multiple interpolation modes [slope] with looping on the modulation envelope only.
  • Tempo-synced LFO with 5 modulation destinations [3 available simultaneously].
  • Randomator modulation source for more natural sounding patches.
  • VCA with Mono/Poly modes and Portamento [mono mode only].
  • Extensive routing for velocity modulation and Mod Wheel control.
  • 16-step programmable Gate Modulation source, assignable to phase mod, filter cutoff and volume [trance-gate].
  • New RARP uses the Gate sequence to create random note variations over a user-definable range [0 to 2 octaves].
  • Overdrive effect.
  • MIDI "Learn" eliminates the need for MIDI CC assignments.
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