Wusik has released Wusik P2000, a MIDI/Notes Processor and Plugin Chainer.
What can you do with Wusik P2000?
- Bridge 32-bits plugins into 64-bits hosts (Windows).
- Use the Stand Alone Application for Live Projects (Win/OS X).
- Create complex live rigs using the multiple MIDI Processors, such as Key Switching, Chords & Strum, Crossfader, ... See full list below.
- Load FXB/FXP files into any plugin.
List of MIDI Processors:
- Key and Velocity Zone Split - so you can assign different sections of your MIDI Keyboard for each instrument.
- Key Switching - allows you to switch from one instrument to another one using a set of keys you define. It can also work in Hold mode, so it will switch to that instrument as long as you keep holding the note.
- Round Robin - you set multiple instruments and each note will go to a different one, in a circular way.
- Transpose - pitch up or down all input notes, single notes or whole octaves.
- Sticky Keys - will hold keys and works in two ways: holds all keys until you press a defined key; holds keys until you press those again to release.
- Chords & Strum - record chords to be played with single keys. Optional strumming velocity and progression. Plus, looping of chords when using the strum option.
- Crossfader - allows you to crossfade from one track to another, with support to up to 99 tracks sequentially.
- Note Delay - adds a delay to all notes, with the option to transpose the delayed note and echo the original note. Plus, feedback on the delay, creating sequential delays.
- Plugin Sequencer - allows you to create complex sequences using multiple instrument plugins (like a Wave Sequencer but with Plugins).