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ifoundasound updates LiveProfessor to alpha 2.2

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ifoundasound LiveProfessor

ifoundasound has released version 2.2 alpha of LiveProfessor – The Sound Processor, a Windows program designed to be a effect rack of VST-plugins.

Changes in LiveProfessor alpha 2.2

  • Fixed: Crash on startup after building plugin list containing some strange plugins.
  • Fixed: Some windows are not fully displayed when their size changed (like Reaktor 5).
  • Fixed: Plugin window could flicker when using navigator.
  • Fixed: Bug in the VST scanner routine.
  • New: Collapse button on each unit.
  • New: Window positions are saved on exit.
  • New: Tempo. It is now possible to set a tempo for the project. (go to view – tempo panel).

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ifoundasound releases LiveProfessor – The Sound Processor (alpha 2.1)

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ifoundasound LiveProfessor

ifoundasound has released an early alpha version (2.1) of LiveProfessor – The Sound Processor, a program designed to be a effect rack of VST-plugins.

I have designed it specifically with live sound in mind. The concept is very simple. Using a ASIO audio card you can route inputs and outputs through your VST-plugins. The program supports snapshots, MIDI and both VST-effects and VST-instrument.

LiveProfessor v2.1 alpha features

  • As many VST plugins as your computer can handle. Both effects and VST-instruments are supported.
  • Easy routing. The matrix view makes it easy to see what is patched where.
  • Snapshot automation of each plugin. Recalls all parameters of a plugin.
  • Midi input. To control instruments or to allow hands-on control of plugins.
  • Fast audio engine to ensure low latency. Using a standard ASIO-card you can have as many inputs and outputs you like.

LiveProfessor is available for download for Windows PC.

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