8.1. Using VST effects

Click on the VST rack button under the transport bar brings up the VST rack window.
Check the processing box to hear in real time the audio processed by the VST effects.
Click on the apply button to apply the effect to your file.

vst rack toolbar


The VST rack window should look like this:

VST rack window

Load VST:
lets you choose the VST effect you want to use

View:
shows up the GUI of the VST effect. Double click on the VST name opens the VST GUI too.

Kill:
unload the VST effect.

Note : after applying an effect don't forget to uncheck the "processing" box unless you want to hear your file (re) processed again.

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