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AES 2019: NUGEN Audio releases SigMod version 1.2.3.0
Old 14th October 2019
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Software AES 2019: NUGEN Audio releases SigMod version 1.2.3.0

NUGEN Audio has announced the availability of SigMod, updated to version 1.2.3.0. This maintenance release includes added support for VST2 and AU hosting.

- Added hosting for VST2 and AU to Insert module
- Added wet, dry and link controls for Insert module
- Added support for more than one Insert module
- Added plug-in list search bar
- Added ability to manually load plug-ins from browser
- Added ability to disable plug-in list filtering by channel count
- Fix for occasional crash when using Delay module
- Fix for latency issues in Insert module
- Fix for AU validation issue due to version number
- Greater stability for scanning 3rd party plug-ins

This is a recommended free update for all existing users.

For full product details head to the SigMod product page.

To update download here.

Pricing and availability:

The v1.2.3.0 update is available now via NUGEN Audio and dealers priced at $29 until November 21st (regular price $49).
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Old 14th October 2019
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Nice update
Old 17th October 2019
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Thanks for the update. I still wish this would also work as a mono plugin (I've requested this feature) and I'd love it if they could figure out how to make the plugin name in AAX go red when PROTECT is triggered like many plugins do when they peak.
Old 18th October 2019
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I was just wondering whether this plugin would cause all kinds of phasing problems and what cross over filters are used if splitting the signals and/or frequencies etc? I believe this is a major problem also faced by Blue Cat's MB-7 Mixer Plugin which makes it sound great in theory but not sound so good in pratice. This is not a criticism as I haven't tried it, merely wondering whether anyone knows or has the relevant experience. As I said it sounds good in theory.
Old 19th October 2019
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Old 19th October 2019
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Originally Posted by Neptune45 View Post
I was just wondering whether this plugin would cause all kinds of phasing problems and what cross over filters are used if splitting the signals and/or frequencies etc? I believe this is a major problem also faced by Blue Cat's MB-7 Mixer Plugin which makes it sound great in theory but not sound so good in pratice. This is not a criticism as I haven't tried it, merely wondering whether anyone knows or has the relevant experience. As I said it sounds good in theory.
Are you criticizing the unavoidable physics and acoustic phenomena of sound?

It's up to the engineer to navigate reality of sound both utilizing it and finding ways to avoid it or hide "artifacts" that are a byproduct of sonic aspirations.
Old 21st October 2019
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Question: Can't you use the crossover filters without the need to use the separate receive plugin still?

Cheers.
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