Nembrini Audio has released Nexus, an audio processing tool that can operate as a Subhost to bring together other VST, VST3 and AU format plug-ins, or be used standalone, where it works as a plug-in within a DAW or as a separate application.

Nexus' The Canvas interfaceThird-party plug-in support means that Nexus can recognise and load third-party plug-ins, giving users access to a wide range of external audio processing tools and, thus, a wide creative sound palette.

Nexus’ user-friendly interface allows users to integrate a variety of audio plug-ins, giving them the ability and freedom to easily craft complex audio chains to shape sound. The application’s intuitive network of modules includes effects, signal splitter, mixer and crossover, to allow musicians to customise their audio set-up.

Central to Nexus is The Canvas interface, where users can graphically manage audio signal paths and plug-in configurations. It serves as a visual mapping area for constructing and modifying audio processing chains. This is supported by the Plug-ins Manager where audio processing modules can be organised coherently to make management and locating of plug-ins simple. It gives a clear and comprehensive view of installed plug-ins with details of format, category and version to help streamline workflow.

The new plug-in is PC and Mac (VST2, VST3, AU, AAX) compatible and requires a free iLOK account. It is available at US$99.


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