Magnus Choir In Sony ACID Music Studio 8. 1.- Placing Magnus Choir VSTi in ACID Music Studio or custom VST Plugins folder Place the Magnus Choir dll file into your VST Plugins folder in order to be recognized by ACID: i.e. C:\Program Files\Steinberg\Cubase 5.1\VSTPlugins or C:\Program Files\VSTPlugins 2.- Insert Soft Synth from Sony ACID Music Studio 8 menu 3.- Soft Synth Chooser (Sony ACID Music Studio 8) 4.- Magnus Choir GUI interface in Sony ACID Music Studio 8 5.- Inserting MIDI Track for Magnus Choir VSTi 6.- Magnus Choir Preset Manager in Sony ACID Music Studio 8 7.- Sony ACID Music Studio 8 - MIDI Recording with Magnus Choir VSTi -:      

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Magnus Choir in Sony ACID Music Studio 8

 

 


VST instruments are added to your project as soft synth channel strips in the Mixing Console window. Routing a MIDI track to a soft synth channel strip will cause the track to be played through the VST instrument, and you can use the Soft Synth Properties dialog to choose presets and adjust instrument settings.

If a VST instrument supports multiple output ports, a soft synth bus control will be added to the Mixing Console window for each output. You can mute, solo, add effects, and adjust volume for each soft synth channel strip individually, but deleting any one of the soft synth channel strips will remove the all of the VST instrument's ports.

 

Starting Magnus Choir in ACID:

 

1.- ACID Music Studio VST Configuration: Scan your computer for plug-ins

Placing Magnus Choir VSTi in ACID Music Studio or custom VST Plugins folder

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Scanning your computer for VST plug-ins is a two-stage process: first, you need to tell ACID where your plug-ins are installed, and then you can scan those folders for plug-ins.

  1. From the View menu, choose Plug-In Manager if the window isn't already visible.

  2. Click the Configure VST button at the top of the Plug-In Manager window. The Plug-In Configuration dialog is displayed. The dialog displays a list of folders where ACID looks for VST plug-ins.

  3. Indicate where your plug-ins are installed:

  • If you want to add a new folder, click the Add button and then browse to the folder where your plug-in is installed.

  • If you want to edit an existing folder path, select a folder in the Search Folder column, click the Edit button, and then browse to the folder where your plug-in is installed.

  • If you want to remove an existing folder, select a folder in the Search Folder column and click the Remove button.

  1. Click the Scan button to start scanning your folders for plug-ins.

 

If you want to clear your plug-in cache and rescan for all plug-ins, select the Force rebuild check box. When the check box is cleared, only new plug-ins are scanned.

Place the Magnus Choir dll file into your VST Plugins folder in order to be recognized by ACID: i.e. C:\Program Files\VSTPlugins

The Plug-In Manager Window Ctrl+Alt+1 View Menu

From the View menu, choose Plug-In Manager to toggle the display of the Plug-In Manager window.

This window organizes your DirectX and VST plug-ins (VST effects and instruments).

Note that Magnus Choir.dll file must be into your VST Plugins folder in order to be recognized by ACID: i.e. C:\Program Files\VSTPlugins

 

2.- Sony ACID Music Studio 8 scans and recognizes Magnus Choir in Startup

 

Sony ACID Music Studio 8 scans and recognizes Magnus Choir in Startup

Scanning your computer for VST plug-ins is a two-stage process: first, you need to tell ACID where your plug-ins are installed, and then you can scan those folders for plug-ins.

 

 

 

3.- Insert Soft Synth from Sony ACID Music Studio 8 menu

 

Insert Soft Synth from Sony ACID Music Studio 8 menu

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From the Insert menu, choose Soft Synth, or click the Insert Soft Synth button in the Mixing Console window. The Soft Synth Chooser is displayed.

 

 

 

4.- Soft Synth Chooser (Sony ACID Music Studio 8)

 

Soft Synth Chooser (Sony ACID Music Studio 8)

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Select the VST instrument from the list and click the OK button.

 

 

 

 

5.- Magnus Choir GUI interface in Sony ACID Music Studio 8

 

Magnus Choir GUI interface in Sony ACID Music Studio 8

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6.- Inserting MIDI Track for Magnus Choir VSTi

 

Inserting MIDI Track for Magnus Choir VSTi

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7.- Magnus Choir Preset Manager in Sony ACID Music Studio 8

 

Magnus Choir Preset Manager in Sony ACID Music Studio 8

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8.- Sony ACID Music Studio 8 - MIDI Recording with Magnus Choir VSTi

 

Sony ACID Music Studio 8 - MIDI Recording with Magnus Choir VSTi

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Displays all your software synthesizers and VST instrument (VSTi) plug-ins.

Select the All folder to display all soft synths.

  • The Failed folder contains plug-ins that did not scan correctly or timed out during scanning. These plug-ins cannot be used in ACID Music Studio.

  • The Ignored folder contains plug-ins that you want to prevent ACID Music Studio from using without uninstalling the plug-in. You can right-click a plug-in and choose Ignore from the shortcut menu or drag it to the Ignored folder.

  • The Unavailable folder contains plug-ins that you have uninstalled since running ACID Music Studio. The software preserves information about uninstalled plug-ins so settings can be restored if the plug-ins are reinstalled.

The Soft Synths folder also contains subfolders you can use to organize and categorize your plug-ins by instrument type and vendor. Please see "Organize plug-ins with folders" in this help topic for more information.

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