VCV Rack


#42

Thank you sr.


#43

And pretty damn good at doing it too from what I can gather from Renoise users.


#44

Man been using renoise for 12 years now. It’s how I think of constructing music now. It’s ingrained in me ROFL. Such a fast work flow and you can do sooooooooooo much midi wise.


#45

Undocumented fix for touch devices: Open settings.json with a text editor and change “allowCursorLock” to false.


#46

the greatest part about the VCV Host plug-in, is that if you have hardware devices such as synths that also have a VST editor and you have a audio interface with DC coupled ins/outs then you can use CV to control all the parameters. It’s opened a whole new sound design dimension to many of my hardware boxes.


#47

Man that is badass. Can’t wait for ver. 1.0 to do that with hardware with out gui’s


#48

I’m curious if it would work with the Microkorg editor, Granted the patch editor software is standalone and not VST.


#49


#50

If you think about it, $99 is reasonable considering you’re essentially not just buying 1 VST but 100+ But yeah, Its worth taking the plunge.


#51

Unfortunately it wont in respect to using VCV Rack’s “HOST” plug-in/module. It only works with VSTs.


#52

Also, if anyone wants some good quality VST editors for hardware devices to use in VCV Rack or otherwise, this person makes some nice ones at a decent price.

https://sigabort.co/midisynth.html


#53

How do I use it with a DAW?


#54

Right now it still supports bridge which is more or less making your daw a rewire host for vcv rack.

This video is a very good resource and will explain it in detail. Now 1.0 will be built as a VST, At a cost of $99.