PRESS RELEASE – Colle di Val d’Elsa, Italy – HoRNet plugins announces the immediate availability of ADDA, a plugin designed to emulate the sound of early digital gear. HoRNet ADDA includes a two bit crusher, a resampler, and analog emulation for both the input and output stages, allowing a faithful emulation of the digital gear of the 80s and 90s.


  • ADC emulation with bit crusher and resampler.
  • DAC emulation with bit crusher and dithering.
  • Four different resampling algorithms available.
  • Bit crushing from 24 to 4 bits.
  • Resampling from 44100Hz to 4000Hz.
  • Antialias filter which can be disabled.
  • Analog and output stages emulation for enhanced harmonic content.
  • Variable saturation level for the input and output stages.
  • Optional analog hiss emulation.
  • Pre emphasis and de emphasis filters which can be linked together.
  • Input and output and be linked to maintain constant loudness.
  • Oversampling up to 4x with “auto” option.
  • Each feature of the plugin can be individually turned on or off.
  • Each module can be turned on or off.

HoRNet ADDA is available for just €11.99 (around $13.40 USD). Owners of the HoRNet Complete Bundle can purchase the new ADDA at a 40% discount. It requires macOS 10.13 or later, an AU, VST, or AAX plugin host, and is both Intel and Apple Silicon (M1) native.