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Posted by: fred07
Date:7/3/2014 8:56:12 AM

Hello. It would seem that sound forge allows to use VST.In what file of the computer do we have to store these VST?
Thank you.

Subject:RE: VST
Reply by: rraud
Date:7/3/2014 9:39:44 AM

Typically "Local disc C:\Program files'> VST" but they <.dll> extension con be put anywhere. Just set the Default and Alternate search folders which SF looks for at start up> "Options> Preferences> VST Effects"

Subject:RE: VST
Reply by: fred07
Date:7/4/2014 1:52:05 AM

Thank you. I installed in the file of VST The sampler Kontakt 3 (Native Instruments). Why does not it appear in the menu FX Favorites de Sound Forge?

Subject:RE: VST
Reply by: Geoff_Wood
Date:7/4/2014 6:46:12 AM

Because it installed somewhere other than the standard VST folder, and you didn't add it's path to the SF VST paths as described in rraud's reply.

I don't think you can actually use a VSTi in SF .


Message last edited on7/4/2014 6:46:59 AM byGeoff_Wood.
Subject:RE: VST
Reply by: pwppch
Date:7/4/2014 10:10:44 AM

Sound Forge supports VST effects, Kontakt is a soft synth - VST instrument.

There are versions of some VSTi that provide an FX version, and they can be used as a VST effect. However, they require a mechanism to input MIDI to allow them to produce audio. Forge does not support MIDI input routing to a VSTi.


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