Softube Modular Update: New Modules and Windows 10 Fixes
LINKÖPING, SWEDEN: high-end plug-in specialist Softube is proud to announce availability of version 2.3.76 of its plug-ins installer with a fix for Windows 10 users and a long line of minor bug fixes, but best of all, two new utility modules are available free of charge to existing and future Modular owners as of September 26…
Dual X-Fade is a two-channel, CV-controllable crossfade module that lets you create new and interesting textures by blending two separate mono signals. For example, patch in two different waveforms from an oscillator — such as sine or saw — and use the blend knob to set the level between the two signals. You can also morph seamlessly between them by manually adjusting the blend knob while the song is playing or control the knob with an LFO via CV.
A two-channel, CV-controllable panning module, use Dual Pan to place one or two mono signals anywhere in the stereo mix panorama, such as two percussive sounds that the user wants to separate in the stereo image, for example. The 1+2 outputs can be used for a stereo sum of the two L and two R outputs. Dual Pan can also be used as an A/B switch to send a CV or audio signal to two different inputs.
Furthermore, the 2.3.76 software includes a large number of bug fixes. Most importantly, the issues for Windows 10 users have been remedied, so Softube’s plug-ins are again fully compatible with Windows 10. For the complete list of bug fixes, please refer to Softube’s change log here: http://softu.be/change_log
About Softube (www.softube.com)
Aptly dubbed “…the Swedish rock ’n’ roll scientists…” by Sound On Sound magazine, Softube has developed high-end software for the music market since 2003. Its own product roster ranges from modeled guitar amplifiers to professional audio mixing plug-ins and also includes the award-winning Console 1 hardware/ software mixer.The company has received several awards and award nominations in recognition of its innovative products. Productive partnerships have been formed with an assortment of pro audio companies held in high regard around the globe — including Abbey Road Studios, Mutronics, Solid State Logic, Summit Audio, Tonelux Designs,Tube-Tech, and Trident Audio Developments — to fashion faithful models of their analog hardware units.These third-party companies have happily lent their names and logotypes to the resulting plug-ins. Above and beyond its impressive namesake product lineup, Softube has also developed software products for other notable companies, such as Ableton, Fender, Cakewalk, Marshall Amplification, Native Instruments, Propellerheads,TC Electronic, and Universal Audio.