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DirectX plugin hosts on Win98/2000/XP+
« on: August 18, 2014, 02:13:05 AM »

In computer music and professional audio creation, a DirectX plugin is a software processing component that can be loaded as a plugin into host applications to allow real-time processing, audio effects, mixing audio or act as virtual synthesizers. DirectX plugins allow the replacement of traditional recording studio hardware and rack units used in professional studios with software-based counterparts that can be connected together in a modular way. This allows host manufacturers to focus on the conviviality and efficiency of their products while specialized manufacturers can focus on the digital signal processing aspect. For example, there are plugins for effects boxes, such as reverbs and delays, effects pedals, like guitar distortion, flange and chorus, and for mixing and mastering processors such as compressors, limiters, exciters, sub bass enhancers, stereo imagers and many more.

DirectX plugin hosts

    ACID Pro (version 3.0 or later)
    Adobe Audition (Formerly Cool Edit 2000 and Cool Edit Pro 1.0, 2.0)
    Cakewalk Sonar (version 2.0 or later)
    DAVID Systems GmbH Multitrack Editor V4
    FL Studio
    MAGIX Samplitude
    Minnetonka Audio Fast Edit
    One Man Band Originals
    Sony Vegas
    Sound Forge
    Steinberg Wavelab
    Steinberg Nuendo
    Steinberg Cubase


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Re: DirectX plugin hosts on Win98/2000/XP+
« Reply #1 on: July 05, 2015, 08:47:52 AM »
A few more-

Cakewalk Project5
Audio Simulation Dreamstation II
Synapse Audio Orion
Making Waves
Bremmers Multitrack Studio
 Plus a few Trackers I can't recall

Thanx Project5er