Customizable User Interface For Plug-Ins

Blue Cat’s Remote Control allows easy MIDI control of plug-ins      04/01/07
Customizable User Interface For Plug-Ins


Blue Cat's Remote Control is a set of plug-ins for Windows (VST and DirectX) which let you control and monitor in real time several MIDI controllable plug-ins or devices from a single customizable user interface.
It is designed for use by those who find that the GUI of their favorite VST or DirectX plug-in is inadequate or that a favorite hardware device is too complicated to control. It also will allow control over hundreds of plug-ins from a single user interface.
The package includes 3 plug-ins: Remote Control 16, 32 and 64, which have the ability to manage up to 16, 32 or 64 parameters. You can assign a MIDI channel and CC number to each controller and customize its response curve.
You can choose a skin that suits your needs for every instance of the remote control, (several skins are included in the package), or create your own to build your own user interface to control your entire DAW in your own chosen way.
Another way to use the product is for MIDI control remapping and transform: assign an input parameter a given MIDI CC, and assign the associated output parameter to another MIDI CC with different response curve parameters: the plug-in will remap the controller to the new CC and channel with a new response curve.
Main Features
  • Virtual MIDI control surface and monitoring tool.
  • Control or monitor in real time any MIDI-controllable plug-in or external MIDI device.
  • Customize the controls response curve with advanced settings.
  • Create your own Digital Workstation controller thanks to Blue Cat's Skinning Language.
  • MIDI learn.
  • Full automation support.
  • DirectX and VST formats.
Pricing and Availability:
$46.80 USD, 39 EUR
$39.78 USD, 33.15 EUR (15% discount introductory offer)
More information:
  • www.bluecataudio.com

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