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greetings! .... well it seems to run stable in buzz as a vsti (i know overkill and missing the point
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Anonymous
Posted 2004-09-04 3:15 AM (#13355)
Subject: greetings! .... well it seems to run stable in buzz as a vsti (i know overkill and missing the point


greetings! .... well it seems to run stable in buzz as a vsti (i know overkill and missing the point but i didnt feel
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Anonymous
Posted 2004-09-04 3:18 AM (#13356 - in reply to #13355)
Subject: greetings! .... well it seems to run stable in buzz as a vsti (i know overkill and missing the point


like installing cubase --- shit i was excited to see in IT2 vsti --- tis such a good idea ... either way ... if i were to use this in cubase is there a way to use your vsti to control another vsti ?... as in the dream .. to use reaktor (or something like) directly with / in the impulse 2 interface.

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rpc9943
Posted 2004-09-04 3:37 PM (#13357 - in reply to #13356)
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Yeah, apparently he's going to program in methods where we can output instruments to midi channels, or something. That will be awesome.

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