|Original author(s)||Andrew Belt|
1.1.6 / 4 November 2019
|Operating system||Linux, macOS, Microsoft Windows|
|License||GPL license V3 and proprietary for some graphics and 3rd party modules|
VCV Rack is a free open-source virtual modular synthesizer: multiple modules can be connected to synthesize a sound. By default the software contains several VCOs, LFOs, mixers, and other standard synthesizer modules, however more can be added as plugins through the VCV Rack website.
In addition to the above features, VCV rack can also connect to other hardware and software by outputting analog CV/gate and digital USB or MIDI signals. The software can also connect to other VST plugins though the module "host"; the ability to use VCV rack as a VST plugin itself was a feature that has been deprecated but is expected to return shortly after the release of Rack v2.
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- "Is VCV Rack available as a VST/AU/AAX plugin for DAWs?". VCVrack.com. 26 July 2019.
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