Download Xone About Virtual Instrumentation 1. What is virtual instrumentation? With virtual instrumentation, software based on user requirements defines general-purpose measurement and control hardware functionality. Figure 1. National Instruments introduced virtual instrumentation more than 25 years ago, changing the way engineers and scientists measure and automate the world around them. Back to Top 2. Virtual instrumentation is necessary because it delivers instrumentation with the rapid adaptability required for today’s concept, product, and process design, development, and delivery. To meet the ever-increasing demand to innovate and deliver ideas and products faster, scientists and engineers are turning to advanced electronics, processors, and software. The increased functionality of advanced electronics increased functionality is possible because devices have become more software centric. However, this increase in functionality comes with a price. 3. Figure 2. Figure 3. 4. In one word, the answer is software. Figure 4. 5.
Sound on Sound - Using VST Instruments VST Instruments can create a huge variety of sounds from the comfort of your MIDI + Audio sequencer, but can also be a source of confusion for many computer users. Martin Walker answers the most common questions, and provides advice about automation, timing, and sound quality. A couple of years ago musicians would have laughed if you had told them that classic synths would be successfully re-created in software form and sold at a fraction of the original price. They would have been even less likely to believe that you might have half a dozen or more of them neatly integrated into your favourite MIDI + Audio sequencer to be summoned at will. Yet VST Instruments do exactly this -- and with the likes of the Minimoog, TB303, TR808, Prophet Five, PPG Wave and Mellotron already available, it's hardly surprising that they're proving extremely popular. However, you rarely get something for nothing, and the situation's no different here. Q What is a VST Instrument, and how do they work?
VIPZONE SAMPLES - Music Production, Samples, Vocals, Acapellas, VST instruments Plugins Mag | VST Instrument Magazine, Computer music and videos of VST Instruments plugins Virtual Instrumentation 1. What Is Virtual Instrumentation? The rapid adoption of the PC in the last 20 years catalyzed a revolution in instrumentation for test, measurement, and automation. One major development resulting from the ubiquity of the PC is the concept of virtual instrumentation, which offers several benefits to engineers and scientists who require increased productivity, accuracy, and performance. A virtual instrument consists of an industry-standard computer or workstation equipped with powerful application software, cost-effective hardware such as plug-in boards, and driver software, which together perform the functions of traditional instruments. This document describes powerful programming tools, flexible acquisition hardware, and the personal computer, which are the essential components for virtual instrumentation. Virtual instruments, by virtue of being PC-based, inherently take advantage of the benefits from the latest technology incorporated into off-the-shelf PCs. Back to Top 2. 3. 4. 5.
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Virtual Instrumentation and Traditional Instruments 1. What is a virtual instrument and how is it different from a traditional instrument? Virtual instruments are defined by the user while traditional instruments have fixed, vendor-defined functionality. Figure 1. Traditional instruments (left) and software based virtual instruments (right) largely share the same architectural components, but radically different philosophies Every virtual instrument consists of two parts – software and hardware. By not using vendor-defined, prepackaged software and hardware, engineers and scientists get maximum user-defined flexibility. Here are some examples of this flexibility in practice: 1. Figure 2. 2. Figure 3. Back to Top 2. An important concept of virtual instrumentation is the strategy that powers the actual virtual instrumentation software and hardware device acceleration. Fundamentally, because virtual instrumentation is software-based, if you can digitize it, you can measure it. Figure 4. 3. 4. 5. © 2005 National Instruments Corporation.
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