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Using VST's requiring audio input from more than one channel (e.g. Typewriter Audio X and United Plugins Transmutator)  

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Jason_ZA
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September 23, 2020 10:33 pm  

Good day. I got two VST's that I'd really like to try out with their intended function of receiving audio from two sources and then blending them in different ways. Is there a way to do this or an additional app one can purchase to place into another layer that would allow this? I tried adding them to an Aux layer but only get audio input into one channel. I read through the Unify documentation and from what I can see, the aux layer combines the audio inputs prior to input into any VST in it. Any suggestions would be much appreciated.


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getdunne
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September 23, 2020 10:44 pm  

@jason_za

The new ComboBox effect coming in Unify v1.2.x should allow you to do this.


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Jason_ZA
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September 24, 2020 7:33 am  

Great stuff - thanks for the info, Shane. I assumed that ComboBox would be able to have this functionality. Really looking forward to it. I recall John mentioning something in one of his latest videos about getting Unify users to create ComboBox 'modules' for VST's for their routing (cannot remember exact terminology). Not sure exactly what he meant by this - would each VST need a module created to enable correct routing and if so, which programming software would be required to set this up?


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getdunne
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September 24, 2020 2:51 pm  

@jason_za

ComboBox will allow loading plug-ins without any special setup.


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