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DavidM55
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I just purchased AudioDirector, and I like its capabilities very much. I'm using the 64-bit versino

But . . . I have not had much success with the VST plugin capability. I'm looking for a free or low cost VST plugin to add to the reverb capabilities. I have not found any reverb plugins that actually work.

I think I have discovered that only 64-bit VST plugins are importable. But none of the 5-10 that I have tried function acceptably. I fear that the VST capability of AudioDirector does not conform to industry standards.

Does anyone have experience with successful VST plugin use? Or in particular, can you suggest a nice inexpensive or free reverb VST plugin that actually works?

Thanks!

David
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Hello David,

Welcome to the AudioDirector forum laughing

I can't say I make extensive use of ADR's VST feature. Nor can I claim great expertise with audio editing. I have noticed that some VSTs will not import into ADR (even ones that work correctly in CL's WaveEditor), so what you've suggested is correct. ADR requires 64-bit VSTs.

There is a mountain of free Reverb VSTs available via a quick Google search. Some links are posted here.

Here is a zip file containing 3 Reverb VSTs that I've used successfully with ADR.

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PIX,

Thanks very much for your reply, and for the reverb plugins.

I found another free VST Reverb plugin that also worked well with AudioDirector -- OldSkoolVerb. This is a fairly sophisticate reverb plugin with lots of adjustments and presents. To me, it sounds very natural with presenters and vocals. Here is a link.

http://www.voxengo.com/product/oldskoolverb/

Thanks again,

David

wrote: Hello David,

Welcome to the AudioDirector forum laughing

I can't say I make extensive use of ADR's VST feature. Nor can I claim great expertise with audio editing. I have noticed that some VSTs will not import into ADR (even ones that work correctly in CL's WaveEditor), so what you've suggested is correct. ADR requires 64-bit VSTs.

There is a mountain of free Reverb VSTs available via a quick Google search. Some links are posted here.

Here is a zip file containing 3 Reverb VSTs that I've used successfully with ADR.

PIX
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