AudioFront has updated DSP Trigger, a plugin that converts drum pad hits to MIDI.
DSP Trigger is a miniature VST drum brain that processes the audio output from drum pads and converts it to MIDI without the need of a hardware drum brain. It supports both single and dual zone pads and cymbals and can output up to four separate articulations.
Changes in DSP Trigger v220.127.116.11
- New auto-routing, it’s no longer necessary to set-up multiple MIDI tracks when using multiple instances of DSP Trigger. All the MIDI is routed to the instance whose ‘MASTER’ LED is lit.
- Added an advanced control to the rimshot display area. Right-click to access it.
- New control called ‘SteadyShot’ which aims to use heuristics to improve positional sensing during rolls. Right-click on the display area of the positional BIAS to reveal the new control.
- New pad type for Roland Mesh Pads to improve positional sensing.
- Fixed a bug that prevented soft hits from registering until you hit the pad pretty hard.
- Fixed an issue in the MAC version that prevented loading the ‘save as default’ settings.
- Fixed an issue with new instances sometimes stealing the ‘master’ status.
- More sensible calibration defaults for ‘Microphone’ mode.
- Fixed an issue with Microphone mode and crosstalk cancellation.
- Fixed an issue with calibrating the scan time.
- The transient profile of hits that are canceled by the crosstalk cancellation are no longer displayed.
- Fixed a crash when trying to load the manual (PC Version).
DSP Trigger for Windows (VST) is available for $39 USD.
More information: AudioFront