SoloStuff has released an update to the SoloRack virtual modular synthesizer for Windows.

Version 2.1 includes 3 new utility modules and 5 free and open source modules based on Mutable Instruments hardware. These are ported/forked from VCV Audible Instruments source code, now released as a SoloRack plugin under the name “Shreds & Charades”.

SoloRack is a modular synthesizer that mimics the usability and functionality of hardware Eurorack modular systems. Whether you are an experienced Eurorack user or strictly a software user you will most probably find something new within almost all modules available. A large variety of modules are available, designed with attention to detail. Keeping familiarity and similarity to Eurorack intact for ease of use and seamless integration into Eurorack systems if desired.

Changes in SoloRack v2.1

  • Support for the new SoloRack SDK to allow 3rd party modules. (i.e. SoloRack plugins).
  • System B now includes all paid modules (existing none System B module owners can ask for a refund).
  • Free open source modules based on Mutable Instruments. Downloads: 64-bit and 32-bit.
  • Added SD07 MIDI Filter.
  • Added SD08 MIDI Monitor.
  • Added S701 Shift/Reset Clock Divider.
  • SE20 Limit switch can now limit morphing. Not just randomization.
  • S321 feed back switch now has “Off” option to completely turn off feedback limiting. This will allow very high feedback.
  • Fixed support for sending and receiving SysEx messages.
  • Fixed problems in clock syncing in the S318 Tracker Mod Player.
  • A few improvements to the polyphony system.

SoloRack is free to download as a 32/64-bit VST plugin for Windows. System B is priced $110 USD (includes 92 modules).

More information: SoloStuff