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Vertigo, an additive VST synthesizer plugin that also offers resynthesis and morphing has been updated to version 2.0.
Available for Windows only, Vertigo features 16 voices of polyphony with up to 256 partials per voice. 256-breakpoint envelopes provide control over the frequency and amplitude while a pair of resonant filters shape the sound. A variety of effects are present as well, such as distortion, phasing, flaning, chorus, compression, EQ, and others.
Additions in version 2.0 include:
Bugfixes made in this release:
Previous v1.x customers will receive this update for free. Price: 100 Euro.
For more information, visit their web site at www.discodsp.com