Rob Papen has recently released an update to Vecto, a virtual instrument based on vector synthesis.

Version 1.0.2 includes new features such as granular resynthesis, new filters, MPE support, VST3 support, and 231 new presets.

Vecto is a four-oscillator vector synthesizer that allows users to draw in vector paths to shape the sound in many different ways. Included are a large range of oscillator waves, plus sampled waveforms and lots of different modulation options and preset vector paths to help create the unique Vecto sound!

Changes in Vecto v1.0.2

  • VST3 support.
  • 253 new presets.
  • Granular resynthesis of the samples with a grain On/Off, grain size, length & randomization.
  • Sample Offset Dial (is sample is selected as waveform).
  • New Filters: 12/24dB Zero Delay Filters.
  • New effects: Tremolo / Vibrato / Auto Pan.
  • New Play Modes: Poly MPE, Mono Hi / Lo, Legato Hi / Lo.
  • New Mod Sources: MIDI Brightness cc 74 / cc 113 / cc 114.
  • New Mod Destination: Sample Offset + Granular parameters.
  • Control Menu (upper right corner of the GUI).
  • Date Ordering of presets in the Bank Manager.
  • Scroll Wheel for the Manager screens.
  • Other small updates/fixes.

Available in VST/VST3, AU and AAX plugin formats, Vecto is priced $99 USD / 99 EUR at Rob Papen and from distributor Plugin Boutique.