Softube has announced an update to its Modular synthesizer instrument for Windows and Mac, including the release of two new modules and some fixes for Windows 10.
Today, we’re releasing version 2.3.76 of our plug-ins installer. It contains two new modules for Modular, fixes for the issues Windows 10 users have experienced and a large number of smaller fixes and updates.
The new Modular modules are the 2-channel, CV controllable Dual X-Fade crossfade and Dual Pan panning modules.
- Dual X-Fade 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 and saw—and use the blend knob to set the relative 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.
- Use Dual Pan to place one or two mono signals anywhere in the stereo mix panorama, for example two percussive sounds that the user wants to separate in the stereo image. The 1+2 outputs can be used for a stereo sum of the two L and the two R outputs. Dual Pan can also be used as an A/B switch to send a CV or audio signal to different inputs.
The 2.3.76 software also includes a large number of bug fixes, including fixes for Windows 10 issues. Check the changelog for details.
Modular for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/AAX) is available for purchase for MSRP $99 USD. Plugin Boutique currently has it on sale for $86 USD.
The Dual X-Fade and Dual Pan modules are free of charge to Modular owners.