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I agree with the OP. Plugin management is extremely tedious if you try to organize a large collection manually. There are so many plugins out there and many are free that pluginitis is a real pandemic. Not everyone keeps a tight rein on their plugins or have the discipline to do so. MC 9.1?
In addition to the other good suggestions, there are third party VST makers, way too many to mention. Most cost money, some are free. Check out the plugin section of this forum for suggestions.
The Dev had issues with the 64 bit pre-wrapped version and said in a statement that the 64 bit version would not be made available going forward. He recommended users to use jBridge for the 32 bit version for those who have DAWS without internal bridging. We is fortunate that Mixcraft can handle 32 ...
- Wed Mar 11, 2020 4:02 pm
- Forum: Mixcraft
- Topic: Waves SSL G Master Bus Compressor Needle Doesn’t work?
- Replies: 7
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I can confirm that the Waves SSL G Compressor VST 3 version doesn't behave properly in Mixcraft 8 either. The needle moves as I adjust the threshold, but stays put when a signal goes through it. Can't say who's to fault. With the supposed advantages of VST 3, I still see compatibility issues from ti...
- Fri Feb 21, 2020 11:41 am
- Forum: Plugins, Plugins, Plugins!
- Topic: Genesis Pro
- Replies: 25
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GenesisPro is, AFAIK, the brainchild of producer Ummet Ozcan. I've heard it's actually an update of his older synth and as he claims, a representation of his musical brain. Genesis Technologies of Austin, Tx seems to be a distributor or reseller of Mixcraft and Nightlife. I'm not aware of any connec...
My initial thought was similar to Mark's, but without further explanation from the OP, we can just speculate. There are plugins out there that are sometimes referred to as bitcrushers and these will dial down the bit value of the audio. Some are FREE. Dead Duck and TAL both make a Bitcrusher plugin.