Wusik VM v1.2.4
by Wusik
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Operating System: Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000
File Size: 449 KB
License: Freeware (All Free software)
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Freeware

System Requirements:

Windows Compatible VST Host/Sequencer.

Last Updated: 2011-12-02
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Software Description

Wusik VM is a VST Plug-in Manager / Organizer. The idea behind WVM is very simple - load WVM and inside it load your VST plug-ins. Then extract the presets to FXP files, you can organize those files in any way you want, or download categorized FXP files from Wusik's planned future library of VST FXP files. When a FXP is loaded, it will load the correct VST plug-in for it and apply the FXP Preset to the loaded VST.

For example, you could have a directory with FXP files of BASS sounds. Those files can be from several different VST plug-ins. When you browse and load each FXP, it will load the correct plug-in making browsing for sounds with multiple plug-ins much easier. You can categorize by mood, style, or any way you want.

Wusik VM also includes 2 VST MIDI-Tools: Arpeggiator and Melody.

Wusik ARP: Features a step-grid and ARP Speed selector. Regular Up, Down, Up-Down and Random modes. Each for the option of up to 3 octaves.

Wusik Melody: You play a chord in the lower section of the MIDI-keyboard, and the upper section white-keys will follow the chord you play. So, for instance, if you play 2 keys at the lower area, those 2 keys will be used for all the white keys on the upper area, going one octave up every 2 keys. This way, you can just worry about the chords, and play anything on the white keys upper area, and they will stay on the melody. You can even build up a more complex melody by sequencing the lower area with several keys, lets say, 8 keys, and just play the white keys on the upper area while the sequencer plays the lower chords. A Sustain pedal can also be set to work only on the lower area. So you hold sustain, play several keys on the lower area, and the upper area will follow that logic. This tool has 3 modes: Free Chord Play, One Finger Chord - where you can assign up to 12 chords to unique keys and Transposer Key/Octave mode.

Changes in 1.2.4

  • Fixed a problem with VST plug-ins that have audio-input and outputs MIDI

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Wusik VM

Ok i didn't talk to the developer, but in my win xp cubase sx3 setup i get full crashes with the simplest tasks.

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