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Grzegorz Moskal

Activating a MIDI input for audio effect

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Hi! I have a harmonizer VSTi (called 'La Voz Cantante'), which takes audio signal and harmonizes it, based on MIDI input. I know I can do it with the plugin, because I already did it a year ago, but I don't remember HOW I did it (or maybe after a few updates things got changed).

It's 32-bit and it doesn't have that panel on top, on which I should activate MIDI inputs. The way I did it previously was I added the effect to the audio track, then created a MIDI track, which's output was router to the plugin itself.

Are there any "hidden" ways of making Cakewalk realise it can output MIDI to the plugin?

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Really should find a 64bit replacement plug-in.

That said,  to open the standard header for plug-ins loaded into BitBridge hold down the ALT key when opening the plug-in UI. 

Usually the header opens behind the plug-in UI.

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Hmm, found this issue: on the plug-in list it states that the plugin is "4 in, 2 out", as it probably can also use audio as modulator and now I can see that the plugin appeared on send list. So maybe it's a matter of making it realise I seek for MIDI, not audio modulator.

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The name of the plug-in was added after my first reply

There is a 64bit version of La Voz Cantante at the developer's website

This is vocoder. It may have a sidechain in addition to its internal MIDI driven synth.

A lot like TAL-Vocoder.

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18 minutes ago, Grzegorz Moskal said:

I don't quite understand. When do I need to press ALT?

To see the standard header for 32bit plug-ins, hold down the ALT when adding the plug-in to the project or when ever opening the plug-in's graphical interface.

The good news is, the plug-in mentioned in the OP has a 64bit version. Try it instead of the old 32bit version.

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2 minutes ago, scook said:

To see the standard header for 32bit plug-ins, hold down the ALT when adding the plug-in to the project or when ever opening the plug-in's graphical interface.

The good news is, the plug-in mentioned in the OP has a 64bit version. Try it instead of the old 32bit version.

ok, it took me half an hour to understand it has to be THE RIGHT ALT :D

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