Drie eurorack-modules van Noise Engineering komen in samenwerking met Avid uit als plugins (AAX)
Het gaat om Basimilus Iteritas, Cursus Vereor, en Desmodus.
Versies in VST-, AU- en Reason-formaat volgen later.
Why do I need software if I have hardware? How a plugin differs from a module 101Of course, being software, there are some things we can do with these plugins that we can’t do with the modules. First, all of them come with a library of presets: Desmodus comes with over 500, and Basimilus Iteritas and Cursus Vereor come with over 1,000 each!
The two synths also have sample rate controls: you can oversample to make things pristine, or downsample to make them gross. They can also both load Scala files, if you’re into alternative tunings. And, of course, there’s polyphony: the synths can play up to 16 voices at once. Yes, you too can have that epic performance the NE team is always talking about with eleven Basimilus without breaking the bank.
MIDI control is a breeze, and consider the ease of traveling with just a laptop vs. a modular case and all of the accoutrement required.
There’re the general plugin advantages, too: it can be difficult to recall your modular settings for a particular session, but with plugins, it’s as simple as pressing load. Neato!
bron: Announcing Noise Engineering AAX plugins! — Noise Engineering