Spektro Audio's CV Toolkit 2.2 now available
Spektro Audio have just released the new CV Toolkit 2.2 update.
According to Spektro Audio, the 2.2 update for CV Toolkit includes many new features, enhancements and bug fixes such as the ability to save and restore calibration files from the Notes module, new layout design, the ability to easily save and delete custom Scales, and re-designed CV to MIDI CC Converters.
Full changelog is as follows:
- The Notes module can now save and restore calibration files. When an existing calibration file is loaded, the Notes module will automatically validate it and display the results via the new Smart Tuner (more information about this featurein the online user manual).
- The Notes module now remembers the Input Channel.
- Custom scales can now be saved and deleted from the Quantizer / MIDI Settings tab.
- Re-designed CV-to-MIDI-CC Converters to add individual On / Off toggles and initial burst (for MIDI mapping).
- New layout design.
- The Voice Mode setting is now stored within Layouts.
- New toggle button for the routing matrix visual-feedback mode.
- The MIDI Pitch Bend range can now be adjusted from the Quantizer / MIDI Settings tab.
- Added triple divisions and multiplications to the Clock Generator and PWM Clock modules.
- Added ratio mode to the Morphing VCO module.
- Added “Velocity” toggle button to AD Envelope.
- Fixed a bug that would cause the Gate Sequencer module to drift out of time when using triplet clocks.
- The GateBus Display leds on the Utility Rack are now numbered.
More information about the 2.2 update at Spektro Audio's blog.
CV Toolkit 2 is available for $19.99 at Spektro Audio's website.
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