Molot 0.2.168c works in Pro Tools via VST to RTAS adapter!

Today I killed a half of day to make it works on Mac with Pro Tools (anyway it was raining). It worked! I was happy and decided to film it on mobile phone. But… then happen what in Russia calls “General’s effect” – it means in army when the general has come all military devices become unstable (e.g. don’t work).

See the video!

I tried next several hours to reproduce this crash but didn’t succeeded (let me remind you I don’t own Mac and can’t do this each day).  That’s means this version of plugin can’t be used in real Pro Tools projects. Let’s say it’s beta version.

But you can help me! Version 0.2.168c for Mac is available on Downloads page.

If you can reproduce this crash please press “Report” then “Information”, copy all text in the window and send me to vl-g AT yandex DOT ru. Let’s make it stable!

Thank you!

EDIT2: Jay, thanks for the dump!

EDIT3 (it’s february 2013 and Molot 0.3.1 now works with this wrapper)

EDIT: This is short video how the mouse is expected to work. Currently it doesn’t on Mac but I’m going to fix it.

10 responses to “Molot 0.2.168c works in Pro Tools via VST to RTAS adapter!

  1. Ashley Smith 2011/09/25 at 01:25

    Thanks for the post, I’ll test this latest build via the wrapper and let you know if I have any further issues.



  2. modulo2008 2011/09/25 at 03:17

    gooooooooooood works!!!!
    I luv this plugins & forthcomin’ to use by protools for RTAS!!

    great thanks!

  3. Ashley Smith 2011/09/25 at 22:33


    Tested extensively today and the controls now move ok. I would like for you to kindly add a tooltip read out for each parameter as one adjusts controls so we know exactly how much we are adjust by, and please could you kindly add key modifiers so one may control click a pot to return it to default position.



  4. Ashley Smith 2011/09/26 at 00:09


    Ctrl+Click isn’t working here, or at least it’s very difficult to do as when you click the knobs jump about.

    I also find it quite hard to adjust the knobs precisely. Perhaps you could add a modifier to adjust by increments too and offer linear control instead/as well as circular. The former (linear) up and down would be a great feature and help me a lot.



    • vladgsound 2011/09/26 at 02:49

      Hmm, this is not expected. On Windows version ctrl+click, shift+wheel (decrease speed) and wheel itself allow to set the knob very precisely.

      I think this is the bug of Mac version. And I should fix it. Thanks for information.

  5. Ashley Smith 2011/09/26 at 02:53

    Thanks for the swift replies and jumping on those bugs, much appreciated.


  6. dio 2011/10/07 at 18:23

    Any chance for 64 bit Mac VST? 🙂

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