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Synth Editor Plugin by Monstrum Media
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monstrumRocket by Monstrum Media is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin and a Standalone Application for macOS, Windows and Linux. It functions as a VST Plugin and a Standalone Application.
System Requirements
Windows XP to Windows 8, both 32 and 64-bit files included.
System Requirements
OS 10.6.x or higher, 32 and 64-bit universal files included.
System Requirements
Linux Kernel 2.3 and higher, libc 2.7 and higher, both 32 and 64-bit files included.
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This is a cross-platform software editor for the Waldorf Rocket synthesizer which allows saving and loading of sound programs and full access to *every controllable common and under-the-hood parameter on the synth.

You can use the software to connect to your rocket either through the synth's USB or MIDI ports - however you have the synth connected to the computer running monstrumRocket.

In addition to all common parameters on the rocket's front panel this editor also gives you a sustain/hold toggle button, a vibrato modulator, Local on/off, reset all, all notes off, MIDI panic as well as an xy surface to modulate two parameters at once.

And if that's not enough an added feature to this editor gives you the ability to store and load programs to and from your hard drive which is a massive feature add for this synth which has no assignable memory.

monstrumRocket is available for only $19.99 from www.monstrummedia.com and remember all monstrumMedia customers receive life-time free updates.

*NOTE: Waldorf omitted any ability to control the "filter type" or "Boost" mode through MIDI. Waldorf's very own iPad application for the rocket also has no way of controlling these two parameters simply because as it is now with the rocket's OS there is no CC or SysEx assigned to those parameters. Let's all keep our fingers crossed that this gets resolved in a future firmware update as these are two very silly parameters to omit.

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