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You can use an Audio to MIDI plugin to generate notes and some MIDI expressions. You can record this as a MIDI file or route its output within your host audio editor to a synthesizer plugin in it. You can start with checking this Audio-to-MIDI plugins: WIDI Midifier (There are audio examples at the end of the page) Since these are plugins and you need ...


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I don't think there is a gizmo to fix this besides: proper use of cedar, izotope or an eq/hipass filter combined with good old pencil in Pro tools. The point is that the energy from the plosive makes the capsule 'tremble', creating a distortion in lower mid band of the p. So it's not easy to fix.. The only real gizmo to fix this is.... precaution/a good ...


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REAPER - http://www.reaper.fm/


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If you have ProTools (and understandably a hardware unit to plug into), why not just feed in the RCAs, create a 96k/24bit session, create an Aux and an Audio Track, bus them so that they feed from the Aux to the Audio Track, record to the track (using the Aux beforehand to set your input level). Do any RTAS EQ or limiting afterward, then bounce to 320kbps ...


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There simply isn't a single stand-alone sampler that has enough real-time and modulation flexibility, so most people use modular patcher programs (Reaktor, Max/MSP etc.) for that kind of stuff and more. I would recommend either Usine or Bidule, because they are the easiest ones to use and can be used as VSTs in addition to running as stand-alone ...


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Antares Kantos did this. However, it was released around 2002, and appears to be no longer available from Antares, so I'm not sure it is possible to obtain a legitimate copy these days. A brief search suggests that there are sites which claim that it is freeware now, and possibly offer it for download, but I cannot vouch for those sites. The general, brief ...


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Shot in the dark, are you using D-Verb? I've ran into this many times and eventually just stopped using the plug because of it. It's a known bug that sadly seems to have been around a long time. I'm pretty sure it's switching either the algorithm or the size that screws things up. Find another reverb you love and don't look back IMO. http://duc.avid.com/...


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Ok, the trick was to find the ID in reverse, as explained here: https://www.soundonsound.com/sound-advice/resolving-vst-plug-conflicts So if you want to duplicate your AU/VST (I only tested VST, but AU should work the same I suppose), follow this: -find the ID of your plug-in, I used MuLab (load the plugin, right click and "Show info"). Also get the name ...


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Quantum Leap Silk has multi-sampled ethnic instruments original from India like Dilruba, Sarod, Tanpura and Bansuri along other great virtual instruments. The next best virtual instrument library for east west for ethnics would be Ra. From having used both and a couple of other kontakt instruments - I can say that there's a good chance to get the sound you'...


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well there's always Native Instruments Discovery Series: India https://www.native-instruments.com/en/products/komplete/orchestral-cinematic/india/


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Cthulhu by XferRecords is a really nice arp VST. Moreover it is a chord engine as well, which means you can select a chord set from the presets (or create your own) and then you can play one key chords and you can arpeggiate these chords using the in-built arp engine.


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If you are referring to Phantom Power (+48V) yes you could drive two off a single jack but you should NOT be connecting two microphones to a single input. This will cause problems when you go to record. Inputs (on recorders) are generally designed to see a single device, if you want to use 2 mics you will need two inputs. If you post an edit of what it is ...


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Most likely it is just your audio output device that is inducing lag. On playback, you wouldn't notice the lag as everything would have the same lag. People are far more sensitive to latency when they are expecting something in reaction to their action than when they are simply hearing something.


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Tracking is the easiest and normal Way if you have different FX for one Instrument. Another way is to add both fx settings after each other and then Automate wet/dry. Good Day


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Hey Coca, That chain sounds pretty typical for me as well, although I often use the high band of the C4 instead of a dedicated de-esser. Depending on the project, I often create a separate set of editing tracks every time the scene/location changes. Supposing that I'm working on REEL 2 SCENE 3, a set of tracks looks like this: 2.3 Dialog A 2.3 Dialog B 2....


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That sounds similar to what I use, although I don't use an of the RTAS noise suppressors (except for the C4, which I have saved a noise suppression template for which I like to use). To my ears the WNS sounded nearly identical to the C4 but with a whole lot less parameters to control. I always run Q10s an Trims on each DX track, but all other processing is ...


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I did this a couple of years ago and published the results at last years International Computer Music Conference (http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/18249/1/ICMC2011%2DPaper_Final_Camera_Ready_ver2.pdf). It is fairly tricky to do and I could not find any example code. I found the hardest aspect was managing the UI.


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Spend some more time reading the documentation. Discuss in the Apple Developer forums. Forget your project and use something that's already been made: http://www.plogue.com/products/bidule/


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