Experimental Scene Unleashes DarkWave Studio For Windows
Experimental Scene has unleashed DarkWave Studio, a modular virtual studio tailored for electronic music. The Experimental Scenesters claim it allows you to load various machines such as virtual instruments and effects and connect them in a modular and straightforward fashion. DarkWave can load VST instruments and effects and it can also load machines using the DarkPlug API, which was custom made for DarkWave.
The program currently supports sound output via Windows Sound and ASIO. DarkWave natively supports both x86 (32-bit) and x64 (64-bit) versions of Windows with native binaries compiled for each platform. The x86 and x64 versions can each only load plugins for that platform, i.e. the x64 version only loads 64-bit VST and DarkPlug plugins.
DarkWave supports multiple processors well, with a multithreaded audio path that can utilize multiple CPU chips and/or cores. The program is suited for x86-64 systems with multiple cores such as the “Core 2 Duo” and “Core 2 Quad” processors by Intel and comparable processors by AMD.
The following plugins are included with DarkWave: MIDI Input, ES SpatialVerb (Room Modelling Reverb Unit), ES Kick (Rave Kick Generator).
Experimental Scene’s Darkwave Studio for Windows costs $38 and is available now. More information on Experimental Scene Darkwave Studio.