Create an instance for playback only?
I love Unify, I use it every day and I wish ADSR Sample Manager could be integrated into it with all the features it has. At the moment to be able to use it I have to open two Unifys, one for ADSR as a sample player and another to load instruments and patches. I do it this way because the midi of the keyboard when playing affects the reproduction and the pitch of ADSR.
ADSR is something that I think unify should integrate as it is free VST and would allow third party loops to be added with the key and time of the host host, in this case Unify. It would be great for everyone.
Greetings to all the development team and try ADSR sample manager in Unify, surely you will come up with something. Thank you
Ok thanks, i solved it.
I just reformatted your original post above, and realized I hadn't read it properly the first time. You weren't asking that we duplicate the functionality of ADSR Sample Manager, just that we bundle it, or at least provide a better way to integrate it in Unify.
Bundling other people's plug-ins (free or otherwise) with Unify is a huge decision, because it makes our product dependent upon theirs. I basically only bundle plug-ins that I have full source-code for (so I can rebuild them myself if anything goes wrong), or where I have an exceptional relationship with the developer (so I'm confident they'll fix any problems promptly). ADSR doesn't fall into either category.
To use ADSR in Unify without it being affected by input MIDI, put it on a separate INST layer, and then click the green MIDI light at the left side, to disable MIDI into the plug-in. Or add an instance of MIDI Filter, and check "all notes" plus any other checkboxes you may require.