Help! audio plug-ins that work with multiquence

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swerve13drums
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Help! audio plug-ins that work with multiquence

Post by swerve13drums » Mon Nov 20, 2006 7:58 pm

I don't know what I'm not understanding about audio plug-ins that are compatible with multiquence.

Is there a brand of plug-in that is particularly compatible?

I'm looking for a good reverb plug-in, and I'll take advice on any others that measure up to the quaility of goldwave effects.

But - if you have any good advice for me, please bear in mind that I'll also need installation instructions for the clinically brain-dead.
Like a step-by-step how to get a good verb plug-in up and running in multiquence.

thanks!

OKCBoy
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Re: Help! audio plug-ins that work with multiquence

Post by OKCBoy » Tue Nov 21, 2006 11:37 am

The AnwidaSoft DX-Reverb Lite does a fine job. See my own journey to plug-in enlightenment here and here.

swerve13drums
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Post by swerve13drums » Tue Nov 21, 2006 4:56 pm

OKCBoy -

you've just changed my life.
the AnwidaSoft DX-Reverb Lite is pretty much exactly what I was looking for.

do you have an opinion about any of the other AnwidaSoft plug-ins, or are you aware of any other company's plug-ins that are compatable with mulitquence?

thanks so much.

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Post by OKCBoy » Mon Nov 27, 2006 12:20 pm

swerve13drums wrote:you've just changed my life.
Awwww, shucks! :wink:
swerve13drums wrote:do you have an opinion about any of the other AnwidaSoft plug-ins, or are you aware of any other company's plug-ins that are compatable with mulitquence?
If you Google "DirectX DX plugins" you'll find a ton of DirectX stuff that's free.

Here's a great thread that includes getting VSTs to work also.

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