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Sonoma Wire Works "RiffWorks" T4 / Standard and Virtual Room Emulator VST Reverb Effect

Q: Is Sonoma Wire Works "RiffWorks" T4 / Standard compatible with your VST / VSTi Plug-ins ?


A: RiffWorks supports only VST effects, although there is no way to manage the VST presets sounds in third-party VST plug-ins.

RiffWorks does NOT support VSTi plug-ins (VST instruments) except Organux, Zephyrus, Fantasize SoundFont Player can be played with one finger mouse mode no MIDI)

 

 

Virtual Room Emulator VST Reverb Effect loaded in RiffWorks

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Does RiffWorks support plug-ins?

VST plugins are not standalone applications. They need a "host". Both RiffWorks Standard and RiffWorks T4 support VST audio effect plugins like IK Multimedia AmpliTube products, Line 6 GearBox and PodFarm, Native Instruments Guitar Rig 2 & 3, and more. Users are creating a RiffWorks VST Compatibility List in the forums.

 

How to use VST Plug-ins in RiffWorks

 

  1. Download and Install VST Plugin

  2. Open RiffWorks Standard

  3. Click the red HARDWARE button at the bottom on the monitor panel.

  4. If asked, click "Yes" to disable Hardware Monitoring

  5. Click EFFECTS button right under Hardware...light goes on,window pops up.

  6. Click the black arrow on the AMPS button......choose your AMP

  7. Record your next big hit. The plug-ins process the live guitar input only. The result of the plug-ins is recorded to the track and can not be changed.

  8. Post to RiffWorld.com

 

Both RiffWorks Standard and RiffWorks T4 support various VST amp model audio effect plugins. The plug-ins are loaded and process the live guitar input only. The result of the plug-ins is recorded to the track and cannot be changed.
As requested, let's keep a sticky of which VSTs you find to be compatible with RiffWorks. Moderators and support team, feel free to jump in and edit this sticky, too...

 

   

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