WHAT'S NEW ON WUSIK 8008:
- New User Manual: PDF
- New Wave Sequencer Mode: Drums. 15 Tracks and 4 x 16 Steps Variations.
- New Wave Sequencer Mode: Notes. For monophonic note sequencing, with 4 x 16 Steps Variations.
- New Compressed sound format. The whole library was also compressed and takes less HD space now.
- New Wave Sequencer Patterns option.
- New Single-File Installer for Full Version and Updates.
- New Sample Mapper Editor.
- Added Copy and Paste to All Envelopes.
- MIDI Output is now possible from both Drum and Keys Mode (Wave Sequencer).
Multi Preset system, allows you to chain multiple presets with full mult timbral capability.
SF2 (Soundfont II) sample support.
- And many other new features. Click here for the complete list of changes.
HOW WUSIK 8008 WORKS?
- Is that just a regular Modular system? No, it is not. It has a fixed path of audio, but with a modular wire system for modulations. Audio and Events are dynamic routed in this way:
- MIDI Modules will process and output Note Events and other MIDI data.
- Modulation Modules will process modulation information using the above data.
- Envelopes will be processed using voice-allocation information set by checking which AMP Envelope has free-voices. This voice information is sent to all POLY modules that are processed next.
- Now we process all Sound Generators.
- Filters are the next stage, the Dry/Wet parameter let you adjust if the filter will process in series or in parallel mode.
- Voices are mixed into a single stereo path.
- Effects are processed.
- SFX Send to Master is copied so when the Master Layer is processed, it will use this information for the Master Effects.
- But if I want to use a Sound Generator, let's say, a Sawtooth OSC, to modulate something but not output its audio? Simple, just set its Volume to zero, as it is not applied into the Module Modulation Output. You can still set the Amount of output you want from the Wire Input and Output, including Min and Max values.
- Can I attach multiple cables/wires from one source to another? Yes, as many as you want.