Dialog Audio has released Modulation Processor 3244, their first audio plugin for Windows and Mac OS X, designed to specifically synchronize and modulate hardware synthesizer parameters from within a DAW (Digital Audio Workstation).
“Needing to get a filter to modulate synchronized via SysEx from a host application was the basic idea behind its development.” – divulges Julian McDole (Dialog Audio founder).
Modulation Processor 3244 plugin features three LFOs, 2 slope generators, and 4 envelope generators, all of which can be synchronized to your DAW.
The timing of this plugin release could not be better with analogue synthesizers proving popular as ever.
The modular structure of Modulation Processor 3244 allows users to tailor miscellaneous modulation signals to suit their hardware setup, so classic synthesizers and analogue modular systems can be flawlessly integrated into present-day production environments alongside more modern instruments via various connections. Synthesizers equipped with MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) inputs can be modulated via MIDI CC (Continuous Controller) or SysEx (System Exclusive) messages. Moreover, modulate any
Synthesizers equipped with MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) inputs can be modulated via MIDI CC (Continuous Controller) or SysEx (System Exclusive) messages.
Moreover, modulate any analogue synth capable of receiving CV (Control Voltage) signals simply by patching spare outputs from an audio interface — if appropriate — to the synth’s CV inputs and generating high-resolution audio rate CV modulation. Alternatively, a MIDI-to-CV convertor can be used.
Modulation Processor 3244 plugin is available via Dialog Audio website for an introductory promo price of $50.00 USD (regular $65.00 USD). This plugin works in AAX (32-/64-bit), AU (32-/64-bit), or VST (32-/64-bit) audio plug-in formats.
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