BitHeadz is now shipping the newest versions of Unity Session, Unity Synth Expander, Unity DS-1 and Unity AS-1.
This latest release primarily focuses on the Unity line increasing its integration with RTAS, VST and Audio Unit-supported sequences under the OS X operating system. The new interface gives users control over program-specific controls, such as oscillator and filter parameters, modulation routing effects and modulator aspects, as well as Library/Bank/Program selection.
Audio input can now be used as a modulation source, run through AS-1’s Ring Modulator or passed through a synthesizer’s filters, either on its own or mixed with the audio input of a Unity program. Audio can also be used to trigger voices and envelopes.
Other features in Version 3.2 include support for Mac OS X’s multichannel, high-sample rate Core Audio (for use with pro audio interfaces), minor bug fixes, improved Unity Player functionality, Unity Editor import/export tuning tables as text files, improved Unity Librarian functionality, and added modulator and modulation routing support for audio and MIDI effect parameters.