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Postby Black Lab » Fri Jan 08, 2010 6:12 am

I also use the Kjaerhus Audio plug-ins from time to time and they are excellent, even the EQUALIZER!
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Postby rguthrie » Fri Jan 08, 2010 8:08 pm

Additionally, the great thing about VST plug-ins is that they can be used in any program that supports them - for example, the plugins I mentioned earlier can be used in Audacity too, thus giving you even more options for tweaking your audio for your project!

Here's how to install them for Audacity (from the user manual):

To use a VST plug-in effect, put the effect in the directory (folder) called "plug-ins", which should be in the same directory where Audacity resides. If there is no directory, create one.

Launch Audacity and go to the Effects tab of the Preferences dialog. Check Rescan VST effects next time Audacity is started. Click the OK button.

Quit and re-launch Audacity - any plug-ins you added will appear in the Effect menu.

The Rescan VST effects next time Audacity is started option will now be un-checked.
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