Started by LPChip, October 11, 2005, 11:13:23
Total Members Voted: 18
Voting closed: October 11, 2005, 11:13:23
Quote from: "BooT-SectoR-ViruZ""pro 1.16" because there are always people who use their programmes for years without updating because they don't want toand if for some reason (e.g. HDD crash) their version gets lost they won't have any possibility to get it backthere's always stubborn people, you know
Quote from: "Trustmaster"I've seen a lot of modders who were unsatisfied with its unstability/bugs
Quote from: "hematurge"If you add a vst effect to vsti channel it seems to have no effect, and the same with the channel volume.
Quote from: "Snu"not sure what you mean by a 'vsti channel'
Quote from: "hematurge"Quote from: "Snu"not sure what you mean by a 'vsti channel'i should have been more clear on what i meant. i mean a channel that has the vsti audio tracked in it. i.e. the channel where the melody (produced by a softsynth for instance) notes are tracked. also im gonna try what you said, i may have overlooked it (probly).
Quotewhat do we do if you play your VSTi simultaneously on a channel with a VST effect and a channel without a VST effect
Quote from: "BooT-SectoR-ViruZ"hmm... isn't there a way to simply set pattern-effects to a higher priority than the VST(i) so that they become s.th. like "channel master effect"?
QuoteQuotewhat do we do if you play your VSTi simultaneously on a channel with a VST effect and a channel without a VST effectisn't that impossible? i mean if you want to put a VST effect on a VSTi you've got to assign the effect to that VSTi in the effect-settingsso people simply got to use the same instrument on different effect slots...
Quote...btw: many VSTi don't support multiple voices at the same time
QuoteP.S.: i'd still love an "assign effect #X to instrument/channel" "unassign effect #X to instrument/channel" command
Quote from: "rewbs"So a kind of solution is to convert pattern effects to their midi equivalent (if possible), which I have already done with pitch bends (so IT effects Exx and Fxx send pitch bend MIDI commands if applied on VSTis). Others will follow.
QuoteDynamic stream rerouting is a nice idea, so long as you are aware (and I think you are) of the limitations imposed by the fact that we can't send multiple simultaneous notes played on the same VSTi instance to separate effect plugins, unless the VSTi is specifically designed to have multiple outputs.