plugins?

Discussion in 'Digital Audio & Recording' started by themidigooru, Aug 27, 2004.

  1. themidigooru

    themidigooru New Member

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    I need a site to find either free or extremly cheap plugins for cakewalk guitar tracks pro 3? can anyone help poor helpless me
  2. Zandro

    Zandro New Member

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    It seems to me that the program supports industry-standard DirectX audio plug-ins, which can be found everywhere. What kinds of effects are you looking for?
  3. themidigooru

    themidigooru New Member

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    I need a good sound compresser and eq plugin thats good sounding and free with out cutting out music or adding white fuzz to my tracks. right now i'm using t-racks. it works fine but it adds alot of white fuzz.
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    Zandro New Member

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  5. Graeme

    Graeme New Member

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    There's nothing wrong with T-racks, your problem is not about to be solved by changing to another plug-in.

    If you compress a signal, the noise floor will rise - and if it's something like a guitar, I have no doubt it's pretty noisy to start with. You need to provide a cleaner signal to the compressor, that's the only solution :) .
  6. Ralph'e'

    Ralph'e' www.ralphe.tk

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    all the good ones aint free :/
  7. Graeme

    Graeme New Member

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    T-racks ain't free either - in fact, it's quite expensive. However, as I noted above, the problem is not with the software, but with the quality of the input signal. Compress a noisy signal and you'll get a lot more noise!!
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    themidigooru New Member

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    Thanks for help guys. i found out that it was only a demo that came with my software so i have to buy the full version.
  9. shorts

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    could be a good idea to have some sort of low noise pre amp before the soundcard. Guitar is too low level to go direct into a soundcard and maintain a good signal/noise ratio.

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