MATRIXSYNTH: Wusik ZR Single-Cycle Wave Playback Engine Released

Monday, August 12, 2019

Wusik ZR Single-Cycle Wave Playback Engine Released

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Published on Aug 10, 2019 William Wusik Kalfelz

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via Wusik

"Now, what is Wusik ZR? A single-cycle wave playback engine with Hyper Oversampling Code using SSE2/AVX. This was coded LIVE on my Twitch account and you can watch it on Youtube now.

Wusik ZR Specs
Windows 32/64 and MAC OSX 64 bits compatible. VST2/VST3 and on OSX extra AU format;
Bank of 128 programs all designed by WilliamK (there's also an Init bank if you want to start from zero and do your own presets);
You can save/load/copy/paste programs, even from one bank to another bank;
Wave Engine with predefined sounds: 48 selectable waves from multiple banks. Each bank has 12 waveforms, and you can load 4 banks at one time. Each waveform is a single cycle 1200 samples wave;
Mono or Poly (32 voices total) with Unison (mono), Glide and Auto-Glide options;
Up to 16 either Static or Wavesequenced Layers;
ADSR envelope with clip output, velocity settings and an option to Loop the envelope ADS stages;
Filter with ADSR envelope just for it (lowpass, bandpass, highpass, notch);
The filter has smooth and limit options;
ADSR Pitch envelope;
Master Limiter that can be turned off (one per Zone, read below);
4 Zones, each zone is a complete set of options: layers + master options + effects;
Layers can be Added or Multiplied with one-another, making a Ring Modulation effect;
Sequenced layers can hold up to 128 steps, and each step you have the following options: volume, pan, time, pitch fine/tune, waveform, crossfade and filter frequency;
Several Effects and the ability to host VST2/VST3 files (effects only, no bridging).
For details on how it was created, visit the following link:"

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