Rhizome VST Transformer
Rhizome VST Transformer software is designed to simplify the control of VST plugins.
In the company's own words:
"One major problem when controlling VST parameters with hardware encoders is that every VST parameter may have a different range, "switches", "continuous control" etc... while the encoders do not "know" the range of the parameters (ie, you have to turn many times just to switch "on/off")."
Rhizome's team has developed a free software, included with the Rhizome: it automatically scans VSTs, and stores the parameter ranges in a definition XML file.
With the VST transformer, you can also locate the "preset browsing buttons" on the VST GUI, so the Rhizome can browse the preset from its own interface. This is useful for VST plugins that don't export their presets into the host
Coming with more than 1000 definition files, the VST transformer lets you create definition files for any VST plugin, they say.
Head to the Rhizome page for more details.
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