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VST is an audio plugin standard developed by Steinberg (the ones who made Cubase). VST plugins can be both effects, MIDI effects or instruments. Instruments are sometimes called "VSTi". Automation is achieved using MIDI commands, but you might not even see this depending on the [[Host application|host application]].
 
VST is an audio plugin standard developed by Steinberg (the ones who made Cubase). VST plugins can be both effects, MIDI effects or instruments. Instruments are sometimes called "VSTi". Automation is achieved using MIDI commands, but you might not even see this depending on the [[Host application|host application]].
  
You can use VST effects and instruments from within Buzz using one of the [[VST adaptors]] available for Buzz. The most common one is bundled with [[Polac VST|Polac's VST package]] and offers many features that outcompetes even many commercial VST hosts.
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You can use VST effects and instruments from within Buzz using one of the [[VST adaptors]] available for Buzz. The most common one is bundled with [[Polac_VST(i)|Polac's VST package]] and offers many features that outcompetes even many commercial VST hosts.
  
 
== External Links ==
 
== External Links ==
 
* [http://www.xlutop.com/buzz/ Polac's VST package]
 
* [http://www.xlutop.com/buzz/ Polac's VST package]

Revision as of 12:19, 24 July 2009

VST is an audio plugin standard developed by Steinberg (the ones who made Cubase). VST plugins can be both effects, MIDI effects or instruments. Instruments are sometimes called "VSTi". Automation is achieved using MIDI commands, but you might not even see this depending on the host application.

You can use VST effects and instruments from within Buzz using one of the VST adaptors available for Buzz. The most common one is bundled with Polac's VST package and offers many features that outcompetes even many commercial VST hosts.

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