Media Overkill (MOK) has released version 2.0.1 of the Waverazor synthesizer.
This update features a new Contextual Editor that shows synthesis modules and their connections according to the desired area of focus and how the patch has been constructed.
Where the Main Performance Page gave access to Macro controls programmed by the sound designers, the Editor panel is now available with full access to all synthesis parameters.
- Contextual Editing System.
- User Manual and parameter guide.
- VST3 category InstrumentFX now allows Synth to load as an Effect.
- Support for Mono mode and voice limited Poly modes.
As promised to customers that had already purchased v1.0, the upgrade to Waverazor 2.0 Editor version is free. This download is available at the Tracktion website in the My Downloadable Products section of their individual user accounts.
Waverazor 2.0 is available now for $159. A 30 day free trial is also available.
Download the new version on the Tracktion Marketplace.