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EG Pulse Update

EG Pulse, the drum machine from Elliott Garage, was updated with support for Multi-Output in AUv3!

You can now route the drum parts to 16 discrete tracks, thanks to the latest AUM update! This is exactly the sort of thing I was hoping to see when I heard about Multi-Output, but I didn't expect to see it this soon!

What's new in EG Pulse v1.15:

1.15
- AU3 Multi output - Route up to 16 separate stems to any daw supporting multi-output AU (*currently supported by AUM only)
- Sample Latch mode - Switch sample play mode from one shot, to hold or latch

For feedback or request please write at info@elliottgarage.com

Reader Comments 3

That sure was quick! And it feels like the app was meant for this. Adding separate FX internally could turn weird. Adding them for each output bus makes for a cool workflow.
Once again, this is a significantly different approach from what people typically do on the desktop. For those who don’t try it, the difference might not sound so important. It’s yet another ear-opening experience which is hard to put on paper and unlikely to be captured on video.
February 14, 2020  | favorite_border Enkerli
How do I route pads to channels? Seems full on random what channels go where.. and like most of them seem to go nowhere, and I cannot find out how to assign.... weird. I r dumb.
February 16, 2020  | person_outline VGA Port Authority
Nevermind! I was dumb. In the mixer there’s a whole line of numbers I didn’t spot. That’s where you select channel.

This is great :) made the MPC style drum apps infinitely more useful.
February 16, 2020  | person_outline VGA Port Authority
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