Wusik 4000 v1 about to be released
Wusik posted today two new videos showing version 1.0.0 Release Candidate 16 of its Wusik 4000 virtual synth and sampler.
Wusik 4000 has been recoded from scratch and will work on both Mac OS X and Windows in VST and AU 32 and 64-bit plug-in formats. The AAX version that was announced at the beginning seems to have be abandoned on the way but Wusik says that more formats could be added in the future.
The number of modules in Wusik 4000 significantly increased since the announcement of the project last year, the latest being a 32-step MIDI beat sequencer with 28 patterns, 14 tracks/instruments and 2 accent tracks.
You’ll also find other ARP and Wave sequencers, filters, effects, sound generators (oscillators, white noise), a sampler player supporting WusikSND, SFZ, WAV, AIFF and W4kSnc Banks formats, as well as oscilloscopes, envelopes, an organ drawbar emulator, XY pad and a chord generator.
All these modules are gathered into a modular interface with different routing and processing options.
Note that developers will be able to use the open source SDK to create their own modules.
Wusik 4000 should be released in the next few days or weeks, its final price will be $99.95 for new users and $79.95 if you own the Wusik Station V7 but note that Wusik is currently offering a pre-release group buy, with a pricing of $59.95 for new purchases and $39.95 if you own any of the Wusik product. This offer is valid through March 28th. Full details about this new Wusik 4000 are available at www.wusik.com, and we reproduce here the videos that were posted today:
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