Ultra Analog VA-1 Get's An Update

Applied Acoustics Systems tweaks aplenty      25/11/04
Ultra Analog VA-1 Get's An Update
The Ultra-Analog VA-1

AAS have upgraded their Analog VA-1 plugin which in their own words has "the best alias free oscillators of the industry, featuring standard wave shapes, hard sync, sub oscillators and integrated pitch envelopes for the most impressive evolving and dynamic analog tone you ever heard. Two audacious multimode filters with distortion are then applied to shape its sonic character. Finally, carefully chosen modulation options are provided by two syncable comprehensive LFOs, four loopable velocity sensitive ADSR envelopes generators and vibrato." Judging by the prose they crafted, it would seem impossible to improve on the Ultra Analog, but the new update offers the following bugfixes and enhancements
  • The Ultra Analog Audio Unit plug-in now pass the Logic 7 validation.
  • MIDI program changes work in Pro Tools and in Cubase.
  • Performance problems caused by denormals have been fixed on Windows,
  • The Ultra Analog VST plug-in now works in Orion.
  • There is no more noise or stuck notes when changing presets while playing.
  • There is no more portamento effect when playing the first notes of a newly loaded preset.
  • The manual has been updated.
  • Corrected a problem with the Locate command.
  • Effect presets now load correctly in the RTAS version. To download the update and demo version.
  • http://www.applied-acoustics.com/ Logic 7 Audio Units validation updates for Tassman 4 and Lounge Lizard EP-2 will be available next week.

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