New bugfixes in MATRIX 1.1.1:
VirSynâ€™s previous update of the Matrix Vocoder to v1.1 added native VST3 support for enhanced integration with Steinbergâ€™s VST3-ready host applications Cubase and Nuendo making it the very first VST3 plug-in.
Harry Gohs, VirSynâ€™s founder and lead developer had this t say about the release: â€œDeveloping the update for VST3 was problem-free, and it was a very easy transition. Weâ€™re looking forward to releasing updates to other VirSyn products for VST3, as it offers us new features which will be very useful for our products like multi-channel processing for surround. Another aspect of VST3 is that itâ€™s ready for the future, meaning that it appears to be very extendable and easily updatable. Thatâ€™s very important to us.â€�
Steinbergâ€™s Marketing Director Frank Simmerlein commented, â€œWeâ€™re very pleased that VirSyn have started updating their excellent plug-ins to take advantage of the new capabilities of VST3. This marks the beginning of an exciting new era for the audio industry with VST3- powered effects, instruments and host applications.â€�
VirSynâ€™s Matrix Vocoder 1.1 utilizes the new native sidechaining ability of VST3 to improve handling and routing when used with all of Steinbergâ€™s latest generation of VST3-ready Cubase and Nuendo production environments.
Released in January 2008, VST3 is a next-generation audio interface standard that offers third party plug-in and host application manufacturers new capabilities and tools for developing virtual instruments, effects and DAWs. VST3 introduces a new dynamic I/O and bussing system, enhanced CPU efficiency, sample-accurate automation and much more.
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