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EVE 2 Updated, Licensed To Wusik

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Wusik has announced that it has licensed EVE (Electronic Vintage Ensemble) from Dash Signature / NUSofting and updated it to v2.5.1.


This is a free update for all existing EVE owners.

EVE is available for Windows and Mac OS X in VST and AU plug-in formats and costs $99.95. New EVE orders also now include the Mellotronix sound library.

The demo version has also been updated: now it will load any WusikSND and DASHsnd files with no restrictions. The demo version also features the complete EVE sounds and bank of presets with no restrictions.

Changes in v2.5.1:
  • Fixed: problem with message boxes freezing the host/sequencer.
  • Added: Mac VST, double-click on any parameter will open MIDI-Learn (and/or Right-Click for the AU or Windows version).
  • Changed: no more multiple messages when loading a preset which has missing sounds. Only the last error message will be showed in the GUI/Editor.
  • Fixed: Demo version, expiring message will no longer popup and free the host/sequencer. It will show in the GUI/Editor only.
  • Fixed: missing sounds from the sounds popup-listing (WusikSND files only).

Changes in v2.5.0:
  • Added: New permanent preset browser at the right area. Plus, Up and Down buttons for easier selection of presets with the mouse.
  • Added: Mouse Middle-Button click and drag does fine-tuning of any parameter. The same for Left-Click while holding the Shift key.
  • Plus some minor GUI improvements and a few small internal bugs were fixed too.

Note for the MAC version. In some hosts, you may need to Right-Click, hold and click with the Left button, in order to open the MIDI-Learn option.

Check out www.wusik.com/w/index.html for more info.
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