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Sanford Vector Pad

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MIDI Controller Plugin by Sanford Sound Design
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Sanford Vector Pad
Sanford Vector Pad
Sanford Vector Pad by Sanford Sound Design is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin for Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin.
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The Sanford Vector Pad is a powerful MIDI plug-in that lets you control four MIDI sources at once using only your mouse. It sends four separate MIDI controller messages in response to your mouse movements. You can configure which controller types are sent as well as their MIDI channel. The UI provides a grid section for mouse interaction as well as output meters to let you know the value of all four controllers at all times. Together these controls make using the vector pad intuitive and easy.

Included with the Sanford Vector Pad is the Sanford Mixer. The Sanford Mixer was especially designed to work with the Sanford Vector Pad. Using them together will let you dynamically control the mix of four audio sources. You can even create vector synthesis by running four instances of your favorite synth through the Sanford Mixer and controlling the volume of each instance with the Sanford Vector Pad.

Key Features:

  • Control four MIDI sources at once.
  • Intuitive grid UI.
  • Powerful configuration options for MIDI controllers.
  • MIDI Learn for every parameter.
  • All parameters can be automated.

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