::: Cakewalk Sonar  Setting Options on Individual VST Plug-ins You can set options on individual plug-ins by using the VST button on a plug-in's property page (you can also use the Cakewalk Plug-in Manager). To Set Options on a Single Plug-in Open the VST Plug-in Properties dialog by doing one of the following: Open the plug-in's property page, click the VST button, and select Plug-in Properties from the dropdown menu. Or Use the Tools-Cakewalk Plug-in Manager command to open the Plug-in Manager, select VST Audio Effects or VST Instruments in the Plug-in Categories window, select the plug-in you want to configure in the Registered Plug-ins window, then click the Plug-in Properties button in the VST Configuration section. Choose from the following options: Enable as plug-in--enable this option if you want to use the plug-ins in this folder as audio effects. Configure as synth--if the plug-in is a software synthesizer, enable this option. Configure as tempo-based effect--if the effects in this folder are supposed to respond to tempo information (for example, a tempo-synced delay), and they are not responding, make sure this box is checked. Force stereo operation--if you need to use mono plug-ins in situations that requires stereo, you can enable this option to run the plug-ins in stereo mode. This option simply creates two identical output streams from the plug-ins where only one existed. Do not intercept NRPNs--SONAR uses NRPNs to run automation of your VST plug-ins. However, some instruments have their own implementation of this process, so checking this box passes the NRPNs directly to the instrument, allowing it to manage its own automation. Enable Delay Compensation--usually, you will leave this checkbox the way you found it. SONAR contains a delay compensator, which turns on and off automatically for each individual plug-in (only a few plug-ins need it). If your plug-in needs extra time to process the audio data, the plug-in sends a message to SONAR, so it can synchronize playback time to the delayed output from the plug-in. Enable Mono Processing--allows VST plug-ins to process in mono instead of the default behavior, which sums the stereo output of VST plug-ins. Note: enabling this could affect the sound of projects created in SONAR 6.0 or earlier versions of SONAR. Translate Bank/Program Changes--this option allows VSTi's to receive band/program change messages. When unchecked, program or bank change MIDI messages are passed to the VSTi; previously these messages were intercepted and translated into a VST preset number. Click OK to close the dialog. Latest VST Hosts News: DAWs (Digital Audio Workstations), Sequencers, Multitracks (Windows, Mac OS X, iPhone, Mobile, iPad) full, free, download, no torrent, warez, crack, keygen, serial, MediaFire, HotFile, FileJungle, RapidShare, FileSonic, Wupload, FileServe, blogspot ;

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Setting Options on Individual VST Plug-ins

You can set options on individual plug-ins by using the VST button on a plug-in's property page (you can also use the Cakewalk Plug-in Manager).

To Set Options on a Single Plug-in

  1. Open the VST Plug-in Properties dialog by doing one of the following:

    • Open the plug-in's property page, click the VST button, and select Plug-in Properties from the dropdown menu.

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  • Use the Tools-Cakewalk Plug-in Manager command to open the Plug-in Manager, select VST Audio Effects or VST Instruments in the Plug-in Categories window, select the plug-in you want to configure in the Registered Plug-ins window, then click the Plug-in Properties button in the VST Configuration section.

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  1. Choose from the following options:

    • Enable as plug-in--enable this option if you want to use the plug-ins in this folder as audio effects.

    • Configure as synth--if the plug-in is a software synthesizer, enable this option.

    • Configure as tempo-based effect--if the effects in this folder are supposed to respond to tempo information (for example, a tempo-synced delay), and they are not responding, make sure this box is checked.

    • Force stereo operation--if you need to use mono plug-ins in situations that requires stereo, you can enable this option to run the plug-ins in stereo mode. This option simply creates two identical output streams from the plug-ins where only one existed.

    • Do not intercept NRPNs--SONAR uses NRPNs to run automation of your VST plug-ins. However, some instruments have their own implementation of this process, so checking this box passes the NRPNs directly to the instrument, allowing it to manage its own automation.

    • Enable Delay Compensation--usually, you will leave this checkbox the way you found it. SONAR contains a delay compensator, which turns on and off automatically for each individual plug-in (only a few plug-ins need it). If your plug-in needs extra time to process the audio data, the plug-in sends a message to SONAR, so it can synchronize playback time to the delayed output from the plug-in.

    • Enable Mono Processing--allows VST plug-ins to process in mono instead of the default behavior, which sums the stereo output of VST plug-ins. Note: enabling this could affect the sound of projects created in SONAR 6.0 or earlier versions of SONAR.

    • Translate Bank/Program Changes--this option allows VSTi's to receive band/program change messages. When unchecked, program or bank change MIDI messages are passed to the VSTi; previously these messages were intercepted and translated into a VST preset number.

  2. Click OK to close the dialog.

 

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