Saltline has announced the release of Cedr, a free 2 oscillator subtractive synthesizer with a 16 step pitch sequencer.

The sequencer can also be fed to several other of the synthesizer’s controls.
Cedr was created with chip tune in mind. This is reflected in the look and feel of the instrument and of course, most importantly the sound.

The pitch sequencer can be turned on or off for each oscillator allowing for greater flexibility in sound creation. Bit crush and delay effects also add to the degraded yesteryear quality of Cedr.
Other controls include a step sequencer ‘step envelope’ giving the user the ability to create a range of sounds from choppy arps to strange pads and textures. 5 modulation slots also allow midi control routing, such as, key follow, velocity and aftertouch.

Audio demo:

You can download it for free on Saltline’s website and is currently available in 32 bit VST format for Windows only.

More info:

Cedr free VST instrument

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