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November 19, 2004
This long awaited upgrade of the VST Wrapper adds the ability to set preferences per VST plug-in and it eliminates almost all drawing glitches, even in VST Plug-ins that resize their windows. Support for Native Instruments has improved.
VST Wrapper 4.1 wraps VST Plug-Ins and Effects to become Native Digital performer MOTU Audio System (MAS) plug-ins, not Audio Units.
The VST Wrapper 4.1 supports multiple outputs for instruments, VST bank and preset saving and loading, Sample Accurate MIDI timing, Beat lock and Parameter Automation.
The VST Wrapper 4 costs $69.95 on-line at Audio Ease, and includes version 3, which loads VST plug-ins and instruments in Digital Performer 3. Upgrades cost US$39.95. The upgrade is free for everyone that purchased the VST Wrapper3 after november 15, 2003, and it is free for every version 4 owner.
There is a demo that emits a little blip once in a while. The Demo can be unlocked with a registration number that the user receives immediately upon purchase at the Audio Ease on-line store.
For more information, visit their web site at www.audioease.com