Spectro Audio CV Toolkit
Spektro Audio introduces a software that allows for controlling analog synths via CV from a Mac or a PC.
The app is currently in version 1.3 with the following features:
- 24 modules (5 more since v1.2): LFO 1 and 2, Sample & Hold, AD 1 and 2, Mix, Slew, Delay, Shaper, Biased Switcher, CV Recorder, Comparator, MIDI to CV, Scangraph, Morphing VCO, PWM Clock, Envelope, Clock Generator, Euclidean Sequencer, Step Sequencer, Oscilloscope, CV Quantizer and Offset Generator
- Virtual slot system that allows for changing modules within the slots and customize CV Toolkit according to your needs
- Routing matrix
- Output CV quantize
- Scangraph modulation system
- MIDI clock for syncing drum machines, DAWs, iOS apps and more
- 8 analog outputs that can be used simultaneously to send signals to modular synth
- MIDI in and out
- Native OSC integration with Lemur template to control the settings from an iPad
CV Toolkit is a standalone 64-bit software for Mac OS X and Windows. It is available for $19.99 at www.spektroaudio.com.
Here’s a presentation of the v1.3 update as well as a tutorial:
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