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Running Audio thru VE PRO 7
Last post Fri, Feb 19 2021 by ywshuo, 5 replies.
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Posted on Fri, Feb 12 2021 18:53
by BasariStudios
Joined on Mon, May 14 2012, NYC, Posts 61

How would one go about sending Audio to VE PRO 7 lets say if you have some
cool Effects there but can not have on the Master Machine or the Local DAW?

I am thinking of some workarounds, maybe export the Audio and send it to
Kontakt then in the DAW play it on a Key thru MIDI and Mix it in VE PRO 7?

I mean like an Audio Track, Clip or so.

Thanks

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Posted on Fri, Feb 12 2021 19:46
by Bill
Joined on Fri, Sep 23 2005, Berkshires, MA, Posts 1000

I assume you'd use the VEP Audio Input FX plugin. I've never used it, so can't be of much more help :

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Posted on Fri, Feb 12 2021 19:48
by BasariStudios
Joined on Mon, May 14 2012, NYC, Posts 61

Actually i don't see Audio Event Input anywhere except in
VE PRO but how does one sends audio there?

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Posted on Fri, Feb 12 2021 19:58
by BasariStudios
Joined on Mon, May 14 2012, NYC, Posts 61

That was very easy, yes, you use the Audio Event Input in VE PRO

and then the Input Event as an Effect in the DAW, just Assign and done.

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Posted on Fri, Feb 19 2021 18:00
by ywshuo
Joined on Sat, Nov 30 2013, Posts 2

first, create a VEPro instrument and connect it to an instance.

second, insert an "Event Input" at where you want the FX, assign it to the instance you just connected to.

third, go to the VEPro instance and create an input channel

fourth, insert the FX you want on the input channel

then, the WET signal will return from the instrument's return. 

 

Here is a feature request to VSL: it'll be so useful if you guys can make an "effect version" or "audio through" version, let the audio go through it, and come back directly, instead of coming out from a different track like right now. Make the "event input" an "Event through" by adding output to it and let it connect to a new instance instead of assigning it to an existing one.

Just like what AudioGridder is doing. They have some cool concept and it seems is gaining momentum but they are much less stable, especially the large buffer/lag.

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