V-Station is a plug-in version of the hardware K-Station.
- V-Station sounds can be downloaded into the A or K-Station and vice versa.
- Liquid analogue sound based on the K-Station sound engine.
- Powerful 3 oscillator sound engine with Noise and FM capability.
- Arpeggiator with synchronisation lock.
- Simultaneous high quality effects including Reverb, Chorus, Phaser, Delay, Panning & Distortion and EQ Filter.
- 400 user programs - 200 factory presets.
- 8 note polyphony per instance.
New in v2.2
- Novation Launchkey mapping
- Compatibility improvements
New in v2.1
- Now compatible with Windows 8
- Note that RTAS is not yet tested because Pro Tools is not yet officially supported by Windows 8
New in v2.0
- 64-Bit Plug-In types
- RTAS and VST3 Support
- Multi Plug-In type installer
- New authorization procedure
New in v1.5.1
- VST parameters with 0 centred range now normalised. NOTE: this fix causes patches made on older versions of V-Station VST to load incorrectly, consequently a new 'legacy mode' option has been added to the global options page. If you are loading a patch created on an older version of V-Station then set 'legacy mode' to 'on'.
- AU presets saved with patch number 356 or above now recalled correctly (settings and sessions saved by the new version, with a current preset number of 356 or above will not be loadable with older versions of v-station).
- Improved rotary pot control behaviour.
- Fixed bug in saving of env trigger states.
- Knobs can now be reset by ctrl-clicking (so can be reset when pot ctrl set to rotary) as well as double-clicking.
- V-Station now authorizes correctly in Digital Performer on Intel Macs.
- Fixed crash caused by frozen V-Station tracks in Logic.
- V-Station GUI now appears correctly when Automap-wrapped version is loaded in Logic.
- Fixed crash caused by holding note past loopback point with an arpeggiated patch in Logic.
- Arpeggiator now triggers correctly at start of playback.
- Patch rename window no longer appears behind plug-in window in Live (Mac VST version only).
- Fixed crash when using V-Station in Windows on a computer with a hyperthreading processor.
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