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Subject: Acid Pro 7 using Ozone5 plug-in question
Posted by: arto
Date: 12/7/2014 2:21:53 PM

When I add third-party plug-in software to to the plug-in chain, such as Ozone5, and have Ozone5 assigned to only one track (out of 6), using it only for it's reverb (on the vocal track for instance), does this plug-in effect have to be "applied" or "rendered" or something else, in order for it to be saved with the Acid Pro file so that when I render it to a 2-channel stereo .WAV file for use in Sound Forge, the Ozone5 reverb effect is still intact on the vocal track only? In other words when I play the .Wav file in Sound Forge, will I hear the reverb effect created with Ozone5?

I know someone is going to say "just try it". And I will. But the files are very large and taking a long time to render and transfer to the other computer that I use for mastering with Sound Forge. So just hoping someone knows the answer before I waste a number of hours to find out. Thanks!

Message last edited on 12/7/2014 2:25:08 PM by arto.
Subject: RE: Acid Pro 7 using Ozone5 plug-in question
Reply by: Iacobus
Date: 12/7/2014 2:58:23 PM

Basically, what you hear in ACID is what you'll get when rendered. This includes an overall-rendered 2-channel stereo WAV or tracks rendered separately.

So Ozone5 will be included as long as you can hear it working in ACID.

Subject: RE: Acid Pro 7 using Ozone5 plug-in question
Reply by: arto
Date: 12/7/2014 3:20:39 PM

EXCELLENT. Thanks!

Subject: RE: Acid Pro 7 using Ozone5 plug-in question
Reply by: Geoff_Wood
Date: 12/8/2014 4:06:02 PM

... and as long as the project is loaded on a computer with O5 installed it will come up as last saved - the plugin chain and settings are saved in the .acd


geoff

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