Fugue State Audio has announced the release of NANDroid, a free virtual synthesizer for DAWs on Windows (64-bit VST3).
From Fugue State Audio:
NANDroid is a fairly simple noise box synth based loosely on a module I built for my hardware Lunetta-style modular (TrigPulser). The original circuit is nothing all that special, but it is good at making fun noises. The basic idea is four squarewave oscillators feeding NAND gates, with those gates then feeding another gate.
There are some similarities between this and the TrigPulser section of my “Loid’s Cousin” ensemble for Reaktor because they’re based on the same circuit, but NANDroid takes the idea in a slightly different direction with stuff like LFO’s and a filter.
NANDroid is available in 64-bit VST3 plugin versions for Windows only.
More information: Fugue State Audio