MidiShaper was developed by using a special modulation engine.
MidiShaper will bring Curve's flexible yet powerful LFOs and envelopes to all your favorite synthesizers and effects.
Four LFOs and four envelope generators work together in a sophisticated modulations matrix which can be set up to output modulated pitch, modwheel, channel aftertouch or any MIDI control messages.
MidiShaper's LFOs can be ever-running or retriggered, synced to your host sequencer from a buzzy 1/128 to an expansive 32 bars, set to the played note, or free-running from 0.02 Hz up to the audible range and brain frequency. Just as Curve, MidiShaper features completely editable waveforms for its LFOs.
If your plugin or host sequencer allows for MIDI control, you have a great tool at hand to create vivid, inspiring sounds, and bring the flexibility of Curve to your favorite software plugins or hardware synths.
To install MidiShaper simply copy the vst package to your VST plugins folder and restart your host application. Rescan the plugins folder if the plugin is not found automatically.
Most likely the path to copy to is one of these: /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/VST/Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/VST.
MidiShaper is cross-platform and it works on Mac OS X and Windows.
· VST, AU host
· 1.25 GHz Intel CPU
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
This update brings fixes for bugs that got introduced with MidiShaper 1.2:
· In many cases, assigning more than one modulation target was broken.
· The envelopes ignored most Note-Off messages.
· Routing multiple LFOs or envelopes to the same modulation target did not add modulations correctly any more.