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accSone releases "Robert Dudzic" crusher-X update (v9.40)


accSone has released a free "Robert Dudzic" update for crusher-X 9.

This free feature update for crusher-X 9 licensees comes with factory sounds designed by the sound artist Robert Dudzic. The update introduces a more flexible side chain assignments and an optimized MIDI Velocity processing.

Changes in v9.40:

  • Adds several factory sounds designed and recorded by Robert Dudzic.
  • Adds a Sidechain to real-time Input routing button SCh in the Mixer. A switch will be done with morphed fading. This allows more flexibility where to place the plug-in in the DAW.
  • Adds a MIDI reset when changing Free and A&R MIDI Modes.
  • Improves quality of the "Richard Devine" factory sounds.
  • Improves the slider change of smaller Length Grain Modulations.
  • Improves the Attack/Release system for MIDI Velocity.
  • Fixes issue with loading factory sounds.
  • Fixes issue with loading a mono mp3 file into the grain buffer.
  • Fixes audio issue with VST3 running under Samplitude Pro.
  • Fixes issue that prevented to generate MIDI CCs when the plug-in editor is closed.
  • Fixes issue with slider ranges on dragging the slider pm-wheel.
  • Fixes X-Shift slider mouse-up update issue for Grain Window Splines.
  • Fixes VST3 crash under Reaper while scrolling down parameter list (as Reaper shows hidden VST3 parameters).
  • Windows: Fixes ASIO Dialog volume sliders initial value in VST-wrapper.
  • macOS: Improves Paste Button behavior in Lizensing Dialog.

crusher-X 9 licensees can follow the download instructions described in their crusher-X 9 delivery mail (received after purchase). The challenge/response wizard will not show up if already executed with crusher-X 9.


  • Upgrade / crossgrade from older crusher-X versions: 99,- €.
  • Full version: 289,- €.

Download Demo: accsone.com/download-granular-synthesis

Video: https://youtu.be/0RMQWOMrInA



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