Virtual Synths & Effects (Windows x64 VST2/VST3)
The Plugin Manager, MIDI Processor, Buffer and Bridger.
Windows PC Only 64 bits native formats: Stand Alone App, VST2 and VST3.
A windows plugin hosting tool that allows bridging from formats VST2/VST3, Platforms (32/64 bits) and also adds an extra layer of crash-protection by "buffering" plugins into separated processes. This way if a plugin crashes you can decide if you want just to reload it and re-use the last saved details or just close your entire project and start over. You can also rename plugins and have them display any name you want or hide plugins that you don't want to use at the moment. Another option allows sub-folders to be created per plugin, so you can organize plugins better (if your host/daw supports creating sub-menus for sub-folders).
How will this work? You will open Wusik X42 and scan the plugins you have. Now you setup a target folder where Wusik X42 will place the "dummy" plugin files and select the target plugin format: VST2/VST3. In your DAW/Host you set to use this later folder instead of your regular plugins folder. Now every time you select a plugin you are actually selecting a "dummy" file that will handle your original plugin file. You can them use VST2 plugins as VST3 plugins, from either 32/64 bits versions. You can even use VST3 plugins in a VST2 host. And if you have a 64 bits OS you can even host 64 bits plugins into 32 bits hosts.
Some Extra Options (those are selected from the plugin interface menu, which can be hidden)
"I'm William Kalfelz - aka Wusik - and I started this project several years ago (2001 to be more exact). Wusik Station (now in version 10 - Wusik Station X) is a fantastic synth and my leading product. Wusik 8008, my second major release, is a sample playback modular synth featuring an easy-to-use interface. My other products include a great VST/AU sequencer/host called Wusik SQ200 and a chainer called Wusik P2000. I also work (as a hobby) with Arduino DIY based projects at Beat707.com. And some games at DashDotGames.com. Finally, if you want to know more about me, you can watch this video where I talk about myself and discuss Bipolar Disorder."
"When I created Wusik (20 years ago), I wanted a new community that would work with me on new products. Just like I had with my previous projects. So far it has worked great. But sadly, in the last few years, things started to fade, as the competition got stronger, and I got weaker. Not to mention all the stupid mistakes I made before I was diagnosed as Bipolar (with multiple personality disorder) and really started to be a better person. More stable. Stronger. My main focus, since the start, nearly 30 years ago, with all the projects that I created. Was to MAKE MUSIC. But some people think it annoying that I promote my music on Wusik Channels. Well, let's make one thing clear, this was the idea from the start. People would listen to my music and I would listen and promote their music too. But, this also got weaker over the past few years. Some people also complain that my GUIs look ugly, but I haven't found anyone to work with me on those again. And I can't hire a professional right now. You know, the pandemic got things a bit weird for everybody. Anyway, I just wanted to explain why I promote my music so much. My plan is to create a place where we can all be heard, but I can't right now. If you have some free time, please, check out my latest songs visiting my music site below.
And if you can contribute/donate to my music and also my other free projects, use any of the links below.
As for me, I'm working hard on Wusik. As I said before, I released several smaller projects just to keep me afloat. Wusik Station X is OUT and was a BIG thing for me. Cheers, WilliamK"