Modulation Processor 3244 is a audio plug-in, designed for extensive modulation and synchronisation of audio hardware and software within a DAW host application.
Especially classic analog synthesizers and modular systems can be easily integrated into a DAW for synchronised parameter modulations.
"The MP 3244 is the missing link to synchronise all of your analog and modular synthesizers to a host application"
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Latest version: V0.9.4
Try before buy!
The Modulation Processor runs in demo mode until you enter a Software License Key. In demo mode the plug-in will stop processing for a short while now and then, and loading presets is disabled.
VST / AU / AAX
VST / AAX
64 bit / 32 bit
3 LFO’s, 2 Slope Generators, 4 Envelope Generators and 4 VCA outputs are your modules to create modulations and synchronisations.
The modular structure allows flexible and creative signal processing to fit your needs.
Create custom waveforms via a wave editor to create your unique modulations.
Synthesizers with MIDI input can be either controlled via MIDI Continues Controller or System Exclusive parameter changes.
Read more: SysEx Information
CV gear can either be controlled via any MIDI to CV converter or the plug-in can generate control voltages via a DC-coupled audio interface
Read more: Compatible Interfaces
Naturally, any in-host applications which lack of extensive parameter modulation, can be controlled.
All synth sounds modulated and synchronised on a Roland JX-8P via SysEx with the Modulation Processor. Rough mixdown, only reverb added.
Rough Roland Juno 6 bass line example in a deep house track. The Juno 6 is controlled via the VCF input.
Introduction video soundtrack. Three Roland JX-8P sounds synced via SysEx. A Juno 6 "wobble" bass line synced via CV. Moog Mother 32 outro also synced via CV.
Modulation Processor 3244 User Guide updated 04/04/2017