VirSyn Releases First VST3 Plug-in - EMusician

VirSyn Releases First VST3 Plug-in

Leading German software synthesizer and virtual effect manufacturer VirSyn has announced the worldwide first update for VST3 compatibility for a commercially available third party plug-in. With the update to version 1.1, Matrix Vocoder is now available as a native VST3 version for Mac OS X 10.4 and Windows XP through the VirSyn website.
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Harry Gohs, VirSyn's founder and lead developer commented on the release: "Developing the update for VST3 was problem-free, and it was a very easy transition. We're looking forward to releasing updates to other VirSyn products for VST3, as it offers us new features which will be very useful for our products like multi-channel processing for surround. Another aspect of VST3 is that it's ready for the future, meaning that it appears to be very extendable and easily updatable. That's very important to us," Gohs continues.

Steinberg's Marketing Director Frank Simmerlein comments: "We're very pleased that VirSyn have started updating their excellent plug-ins to take advantage of the new capabilities of VST3. This marks the beginning of an exciting new era for the audio industry with VST-3 powered effects, instruments and host applications," Simmerlein continues.

VirSyn's Matrix Vocoder 1.1 utilizes the new native sidechaining ability of VST3 to improve handling and routing when used with all of Steinberg's latest generation of VST3-ready Cubase and Nuendo production environments.

Released in January 2008, VST3 is a next-generation audio interface standard that offers third party plug-in and host application manufacturers new capabilities and tools for developing virtual instruments, effects and DAWs. VST3 introduces a new dynamic I/O and bussing system, enhanced CPU efficiency, sample-accurate automation and much more.

For more information about the advantages of VST3, please visit Steinberg's website.

For more information about Matrix, access to the Matrix demo version as well as audio examples, please visit the VirSyn website.