Monday, July 24, 2017

BLINKSONIC° SUBSTANZ° Update & 20% off on VOZ°

You can find the discount on VOZ° here, and SUBSTANZ° here.

Details on the update:

"A new version of SUBSTANZ° is available for download and free for registered users.

Some really nice improvements here, and aswell, a little tweak of the interface.

Here the change log :

The Mixer and Send Effect command routing has been revised,
All “Decay” knobs have been recalibrated. The values are more accurate,
In random mode, sample selectors knobs indicate the value of the sample triggered in real time,
Addition of a “solo” button on each tracks, for momentary cut of the related track,
The Global Pitch acts now downstream of all the other pitch parameters (pitch per track and pitch step sequencer)
Improved GUI for FX Processorz. To access the parameters of each effect just click on the “Momentary” button. To apply the effect, click the toggle button now represented by the effect symbol. (Similar to the Block PROCESSORZ ° available in the RUL)
All the snapshots have been reorganized and partially renamed.
Addition of 20 new kits, for a total of 80 additional raw files.
A new bank with 33 new snapshots.
New bank of 128 snapshots which compiles all the existing snapshots as drum kits without being launch by the internal sequencer. These kits aimed to be instantly triggered by an external sequencer (DAW) or any midi source.
New reduced “view B” which shows only the main parts of the interface, in order to take up less space on the screen according to the workflow used within a DAW.
New NKS mapping (Light Guide, Native Map®)
The “scope” viewer has been deleted to optimize the CPU,

IMPORTANT NOTE : This update is not anymore compatible with Reaktor 5.
I took care allowing enough time for users to make the transition, but it’s time to move forward. For users which don’t have yet Reaktor 6, keep an archive of the previous version of the ensemble (1.0) and continue using SUBSTANZ ° with Reaktor 5."

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