Run as a stand alone plugin host, or load as an Audio Unit, VST, VST3, or AAX Native plugin in your favorite recording software.
Harness the power of MIDI mapping to quickly and easily connect your controller to any of your audio plugins.
Bring in all your plugins with little or no latency compared to most DAWs.
Intuitive workflow helps you focus on the sound, to make your live show as dynamic as your studio designs
Import saved projects and grow your designs into styles and sounds that represent you.
Dominate your signal chain by connecting literally any available source, to any node within the project.
Element isn’t limited to stereo audio. Utilize all ports and buses your plugins offer.
Display a traditional channel strip for each plugin and toggle each channel on/off.
Export and import a group of plugins to and from multiple plugin stacks.
When plugins are missing or can’t be loaded, this passes the audio through instead of breaking your plugin stack.
Create templates by adding manual placeholders like any other plugin and swapping them later with real plugins in another plugin stack.
Balance MIDI input velocity with velocity curves added to graphs.
MIDI transpose, keyboard splits, channel mapping.
Route any audio or midi output to any node on the graph.
Synchronize Element’s internal clock to an external MIDI clock source or generate clocks to MIDI output.
Bind external hardware controls to plugin parameters.
Using Element’s Patch Bay, simply route audio in/out channels by enabling boxes on the grid.
Load and play audio files in your sessions.
Element has the best plugin scanner, period. Plugin load-ability is of high importance!
Internal nodes for specific purposes (Volume, eVerb, Wet/Dry, Comb Filter, Allpass Filter)
Monitor audio levels and adjust input and output gains for each Node in the session. Each can be toggled on or off.
Use jBridge to create a bridge between 32/64 bit.
Element runs on both Mac and PC, and supports all major plugin formats AU/VST/VST3 and plays nicely with AU or VST in Pro Tools.