ifoundasound updates LiveProfessor to Alpha 4

ifoundasound LiveProfessor

ifoundasound has released Alpha 4 of LiveProfessor – The Sound Processor, a host software for VST effect plug-ins.

LiveProfessor is 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.

Changes in LiveProfessor Alpha 4

  • New: Cue lists. recall any number of snapshots at once + +.
  • New: MIDI hardware control of all plugin parameters.
  • New: Meters, on inputs and outputs of the plugins.
  • New: Change ASIO sample rate.
  • New: Possible to set default MIDI patch.
  • New: Midi input on units now filtered by midi channel.
  • New: Possible to ban a plugin from being scanned when looking for new vst-plugins.
  • New: Now possible to copy one snapshot from one plugin to others.
  • Improved: Colors and look of patch window, now more readable.
  • Improved: Plugin list.
  • Fix: “Stream read error” when loading projects with some types of plugins.
  • Fix: to many to list all. a bunch of improvements, bug fixes.

LiveProfessor Alpha 4 is available for download for Windows PC.

Visit ifoundasound for more information.

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Already this is looking very promising. Very nice design work all round and elegant concepts. Even in it’s alpha stage it seems very stable. Tip: check the quick start guides online. The Cue feature has got some very interesting potentials (think: scripting chains of VST based of “events” each with unique routing etc). Could be adapted nicely for live theatre work. http://ifoundasound.com/liveprofessor/OnlineHelp/cuelist.html While I’m fond of vsthost and minihost for running VST(i) for testing / making presets, I’m finding I’m now making good use of LP. Some other comments here: http://www.kvraudio.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=255772 Related: the audio database program (Ifoundasound) is also recommended… Read more »