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Nucleus Soundlab Viral Outbreak Update

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Nucleus SoundLab has updated Viral Outbreak VSTi to v1.5.


Additions/Changes:
  • GrooveBox step-sequencer component now added and integrated into VSTi. With this component you can sequence entire tracks inside Viral Outbreak.
  • FX .dll added to package. This can be used to add Viral Outbreak as a VST effect to your tracks.
  • 136 brand-new presets by Tasmodia and Jeremy Janzen. Most focus on complex GrooveBox sequences. Additionally, 44 of these presets have been added to the Favorites folder.
  • HQ Selector for each layer. When selected, it will oversample 4 times the current layer. This option is saved per preset and also in the project/song.
  • New Modulation-Matrix Destinations: All Envelopes Attack, Decay, Sustain and Release levels (All Amp and Mod Envelopes).
  • New Modulation-Matrix option: Real-Time (ON by Default). When you have a Mod-Matrix slot that doesn’t need to be processed in Real-Time, you can turn this option to Off and save a lot of CPU usage. The processing will only be done when a new note is played.
  • Several new options to the WusikSND format as described by the list below (plus support for the same options on SFZ files).
  • Added all the above new WusikSND options to the new Integrated Sampler-Editor.
  • Disk-Streaming support for SFZ/WAV files (16 and 24 bits – Layers O1, O2, O3 and O4).
  • More SFZ op-codes: PITCH_KEYTRACK=0, PITCH_KEYTRACK=100, LOOP_MODE=ONE_SHOT, LOOP_START, LOOP_END, OSCILLATOR=ON, TRIGGER=FIRST, TRIGGER=LEGATO, TRIGGER=RELEASE, OFFSET, SEQ_POSITION, (aka Round Robin, starts at 1) SW_LAST, SW_DOWN, SW_UP, SW_PREVIOUS, (Key Switches, –1=Default and –2=SustainPedal) LORAND and HIRAND (random sample selection on new note).
  • SFZ Export added to the sample-editor.
  • New Choke-Group: Stop All. When playing a sound with this group setting, all other notes will stop. In the SFZ support, this is group 999.
  • Drag-and-drop of WusikPRST (Preset) files (before it was WAV, WusikSND and SFZ files only).
  • New Skin-Type 003. All Mod-Matrix parameters are hidden in the following layers: Master Mix, Master FX Edit and Wavesequencer Editor.
  • When trying to load a WusikSND file that is missing, first, the code will try to open the same file-name with the .SFZ extension. If a SFZ file is found at the same location as the original WusikSND file, it gets loaded and the preset re-saved with the SFZ reference instead.

Bug fixes:
  • Skin updated so arpeggiator is accessible.
  • Several problems related to reading WAV/SFZ files.
  • Problem with the FX version related to some graphic-images.
  • Problem with Loop-Position Modulation x Poly Presets.
  • Groove-Box/G-Seq Problem when using Note-Learn muting the note inputs.
  • Groove-Box/G-Seq Midi-Learn is now working on all Groove Box parameters.
  • Internal memory leak problems with very large sound files.
  • Changing number-of-voices no longer re-loads sounds, only the preset.
  • Many misc. skin fixes.
  • Additional misc. bug fixes.

This update is free for all existing owners of Viral Outbreak.
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