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Saltine thanks his fans on Facebook by offering them the ADHDidi additive synth in VST format for Windows.

ADHDidi was developed in collaboration with Jason Duckett ; its has already been offered to the Saltline Facebook fans in late 2013. The developer updated it and now offers the version 1.0.1 of the synth with added features.

ADHDidi v1.0.1 includes more waveforms (16 sinus tuned to different frequencies, including the fundamental), an additional filter (so you’ll find two multimode filters with high-pass, low-pass and band-pass), a reverb and a modulation matrix.

The synth also includes a cascade sync function, pitch and volume envelopes, a delay, a glide and an output section with volume, pan and an ADSR envelope with retrigger.

The VST plug-in for Windows will only be available for free download in July and August on the Saltline Facebook page, so don’t wait and become a fan now to get it.

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