Using Audio Units in a VST Environment TUTORiAL
SYNTHiC4TE | March 14 2016 | 174 MB
Do you have some great Audio Unit plug-ins but your DAW only supports VST? Well studio master comes to the rescue with a video tutorial series demonstrating how you can use your Audio Unit plug-ins in a “VST plug-in only” environment. Yeah! Brock begins by explaining how plug-ins like Blue Cat Audio’s Patchwork and Nyrv System’s AGENT allow you to use Audio Units in a VST environment and vise versa. He then explores Blue Cat’s Patchwork, diving deep into its flexible routing capabilities and demonstrating how you can use it in your VST host. Nyrv’s AGENT is up next, and Brock walks you through how you can set this plug-in up as a channel strip. Wrapping it up, Brock demonstrates how to use AGENT in a mix to create the “ultimate vocal channel”.
Whether you have never used Audio Unit plug-ins in your VST host before, or you’re looking for more info on the subject, watch “Using Audio Units in a VST Environment” today.
Using Audio Units in a VST Environment TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE