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Andrew Macaulay’s Modules Release 6.2

Release 6.2 of Andrew Macaulay’s Modules is now available and includes ten brand new modules plus significant enhancements to eighteen modules.

Enhancements include more retrigger control for envelopes; unlimited times on the Voltage Controlled Envelope ideal for ambient and generative music; zero-crossing processing to reduce audio clicks on aggressive envelopes; as well as many other smaller enhancements to modules.

This release also includes optimisations to improve performance on digital display as well as new note editing features on relevant modules plus more UI consistency across mono and poly variants of modules.

New modules include polyphonic versions of the Dual VCA Inverter and Trapezoid Envelope VCA plus eight brand new modules covering Zero Crossing processing (mono and poly), Wave State processing, Wave Peaks to CV, a voltage-controlled Trigger Counter Plus and simple Patch Bay modules.

All collections have been updated with the enhancements and new modules, and all the new modules are included in the Ultimate Bundle which now has 98 modules in total.

Image of complete collection of modules

All these enhancements are provided free for existing users – the next time you use Voltage Modular they will be downloaded, or you will be notified of them (if you have that option enabled). Modules that have been added to existing bundles/collections are also free to existing users of those bundles/collections.

The modules and collections can be purchased on the Cherry Audio Store. Further details at Andrew Macaulay’s Modules. Documentation is available for all the modules on the online help pages and further details of the changes are available in the Release Notes for R6.2.

Andrew Macaulay is an electronic music composer/player/producer and a developer of music software in the form of modules for Voltage Modular by Cherry Audio.

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