With the multi-output support enhancements, Receptor becomes a powerful sampler, allowing you to assign a virtual instrument's output channels to separate audio channel strips in Receptor. In turn, you can add separate VST effects to these outputs, and assign these outputs to any of the 10 physical outputs found in Receptor.
In addition to allowing separate output assignments for multiple output plug-ins in Receptor, Version 1.3 software also allows you to assign the audio outputs of a stereo output plug-in to multiple audio channels, allowing you to create massively parallel effects matrices, and assign these to different physical outputs. This allows you to take a drum beat from a plug-in such as BFD or RMX and send the output to two different channel strips, one that has no effects on it for monitoring via the headphones, and another with compression and reverb for sending to a digital mixer via the ADAT or S/PDIF outputs for front of house mixing.
There are a variety of features that come with this upgrade, in addition to several refinements to the Receptor host software:
Receptor was designed from the beginning to easily network with Macs or PCs, through which you can edit and control a plug-in's GUI, upgrade software and add new features. Version 1.3 software is the third release of software since the introduction of Receptor, and is available free to all Receptor customers by visiting the www.plugorama.com website.
The company also announced that another software upgrade is in the works, with the next upgrade featuring the company's highly anticipated UNIWIRE technology that allows audio, MIDI and remote control to be performed on Receptor using only a single Ethernet cable.
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