by Novakill
2.5 / 5     (4 votes)
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NitrousPD is a Phase Distortion synth with a full subtractive 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.
  • 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.
TehCarterPSpartan Dec 27 2020
(3 / 5)
Dec 27 2020
Bruh, no comments on this plugin?
Reticular Dec 06 2021
Dec 06 2021
There is around 10000 on 10th plugs around (almost like planets in our galaxy), and they keep comming.. what i came to conclude as of right now, the only way to test if these plugs are usable is to get analog mixer with a transformer path (Old Yamaha PM series) or a good analog gear, analog delay and a pedal box with op-amp... otherwise, these soft synths will introduce so much high end harshness and the mix will sound flat still.. time spent testing these synths is not well spent.