Outsim - SynthMaker v0.9.5x (Pc)

From the homepage:
There are some important bug fixes in this release. In particular the problems with plugins not restoring preset parameters correctly has now been rectified. Plugins should also now run without crashing in Bidule.

What Is SynthMaker?
SynthMaker is a graphical programming environment for creating VST instruments and effects plug-ins.

You can also use SynthMaker to learn about and experiment with digital signal processing so it's a great educational tool as well.

Additions and fixes:

– Preset data was not restoring correctly when saved in a host
– Generated VSTs no longer crash in Bidule
– Fixed the problem with modules shooting off the screen when zoomed in and accessing properties
– Added new safeguard to cover the case when corrupted files prevent you from starting the application
– The File Dialog component has a new input for specifying the default file extension to use when one isn't supplied
– The String Find component has a new input to allow you to reverse the search direction and look form end to start
– Poly to Graph can now be used without crashing
– Fixed a crash that can occur after deleting a preset manager
– The correct sample rate was not being used by Poly to Mono, MIDI Mono and Pitch to Freq in exported VSTs
– Stopped a possible crash and some incorrect behavior when saving presets to text file
– Updated the StepLFO to remove unused module
– Updated the Wave Draw module so that the button text is restored correctly
– Updated the Preset Manager to use .txt as the default extension when saving preset data
– Corrected text on the Create Standalone Application dialog which referred to VST plugins

SynthMaker version 1.0 is in the final stages of development. During this period we are offering you the opportunity to join our Early Adopters programme.

As part of this you can purchase the beta version of the software for just 95 euros, a saving of 90 euros. When version 1.0 is complete you'll get this at no extra cost.

As an early adopter you will also get access to the Early Adopters section of our forum. This is rapidly growing with content supplied by other registered users.