does centrafuse support vst plug-ins?
please post to this thread if you are interested in vst support
hmm... does that mean it will in the future?
I'm just wondering because it will determine how i set up my new system (ordering parts now). if vst will be supported then i think i can get rid of my alpine pxa-h700 and still have equally great signal quality.
i totally stole this post from quack in another thread from different front end, but:
There's a thread in the Car Audio section discussing ways to implement a software-based, 30-band, high-quality (competition) EQ. One of the things I've discovered is that there is already a lot of software development on EQ's and effects in general...especially in the audio recording/mixing community. Most of the development is in the form of plug-ins for music editing software, the most popular being VST (Virtual Studio Technology).
Since the development is already there to offer a high-quality, software-based 30-band EQ as a VST plug-in, my question is two-pronged:
1. In the short-term, is there a way to output the audio signal from centrafuse to a sound editing software? This would contain a VST plug-in equalizer.
2. Longer term, can centrafuse become a host for VST plug-ins? This would eliminate the need for the extra piece of software and allow for all types of audio editing. Don't know what the development or CPU costs would be for this...
any ideas on how to do at least no 1?
I've done research and see the ability to add support for winamp sound plugins, but I have not looked into VST yet... I will check it out...Originally Posted by scott_fx
I would like to second both the request for vst plugin support and the thank you for checking into it.
i'm totally with you on the vst plugins. the're are numerous high-quality plugins available.
I use a soundscape mixtreme 192 (http://www.sydec.be), a soundcard which can process native use of vst plugins. great!! using a 'tube warmifier' plugin right now, absolutely amazing!! downpart are the drivers (at the moment), which doesn't support hibernating...
But sound uality is superb and you can always upgrade the external D/A converter
i've been researching more ways of getting high end audio out of cf. I found a link to this free software:
i think the vst plugin support would be optimal, but this is just another option i guess.
I would love to see VST plug-in support as well. For me, it would mean integrating high-end software-based EQ and time-alignment - not just something to "bump the bass and treble", but rather a way to optimize a system's frequency response and time-alignment based on RTA and time measurements. This kind of optimization is ideal for high-end car audio and if I could move it into the software domain it would be extremely helpful. Thanks!
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