A modular virtual studio, similar to the tracker / modular studio Buzz, which includes several plugins, such as anti-alias, MIDI input and output.
- DarkWave Studio
- Version: 5.7.2
- License :Trial
- OS:Windows All
DarkWave Studio Description
With the help of DarkWave Studio you can rapidly create electronic music in a modular virtual studio.
The interface is made from a modern interface divided into multiple panes, where you can install machines in the studio, edit patterns and sequences, record HD, and view project information.
DarkWave Studio allows you to create various filters, such as anti-alias, arpeggiator, crunch, distort, MIDI input and output, mixer, quad delay, stomp, stereo joiner and splitter.
You can arrange these elements in any order in the studio, rename, delete or randomize them, as well as adjust settings, such as bass drum tune, level attack and decay, rim shot and clap levels, cymbals CR and RD levels and decay.
The sequence editing module lets you select the machine, pattern and port, specify the pattern and note length, as well as duplicate patterns.
The HD recorder enables users to record and save stream to WAV PCM 32-bit Float or 16-bit Integer format. In addition, you can adjust the BPM and TPB, as well as view project information. The project can be saved to file for further modifications.
A few options can be configured for the program, as you can pick the driver, DirectSound device and format, adjust the samples, and point out the VST paths.
DarkWave Studio is surprisingly light on the system resourcing, running on low CPU and RAM. It has a good response time and works well, without causing the OS to hang, crash or show error messages. Unfortunately, the documentation is not very helpful for less experienced users.