Nugen Updates SigMod Software

Nugen Audio has unveiled the latest SigMod software plug-in which allows it to host multiple instances of the Insert module and incorporates hosting support for third-party VST2 and AU plug-ins. 

Nugen said the update enables users to access a wider pool of plug-ins – particularly in DAWs that support limited plug-in formats – and increases access for routing options such as mid/side processing for any stereo or multi-mono plug-in.

The company has also implemented a wet/dry control for the Insert module. This allows users to blend their effected signal with the original sound without the use of an AUX send.

Improved navigation controls for third-party plug-ins, including a search bar functionality, enables users to filter by name and increases efficiency and ease of use.

SigMod software provides custom, simple signal architecture with 12 single-process modules to enhance plug-in and DAW functionality. The software is available in AAX, VST 2/3, AU and AudioSuite formats in both 32- and 64-bit versions, and is available on both Mac and Windows OS. 

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