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reViSiT

Free / £24.99*
reViSiT 1.7 Beta
reViSiT 1.3 Pro reViSiT 1.3 Std
reViSiT by Chris Nash is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin and a Software Application for Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin and a Standalone Application.
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1.7.4
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Other
Stand-Alone Utility / Application
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FLAC, OGG, WAV
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reViSiT integrates a Tracker sequencing environment with the VST host sequencer application: receiving synchronization information directly from the host, and returning high-quality 'tracked' audio. The net result is that the composer can retain the familiar sequenced tracks and "multi-tracking" audio utilities of the host, while simultaneously benefiting from the advantages offered by trackers.

The Professional Edition adds several features - notably surround sound, flexible output and audio bus routing, pattern management, and MIDI-controlled pattern playback. For a limited period, it is available for a special introductory price of £24.99 (roughly €29 / $39). A comparison table of the features available in the Standard (Free) and Pro versions can be viewed here.

Latest User Reviews

Average user rating of 5.00 from 1 review
reViSiT

Reviewed By wasi [all]
February 26th, 2023
Version reviewed: Latest on Windows

reViSiT was a promising project in that there is a gap in the tracker market with regards to MIDI control. reViSiT is kind of Redux for midi, but sadly, development appears to have stopped a few years ago and it's still a bit clunky to use. The current version is still available on the website and does work fine though. In all seriousness however I don't see why you would not just use Renoise (unless, like me, you just have a thing for trackers of any kind).

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