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VST on PFL player

Post by djanji » 28 Jan 2017 14:57

Hello Bernd
I have a question, is it possible to add on PFL player in FX button an external VST plugins, if you want to have limiter or multi band compression on the vocal you can add it?


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Re: VST on PFL player

Post by radio42 » 28 Jan 2017 15:55

I guess this is not possible directly on the PFL Player.

But as you can define what mixer output channel to use for that PFL Player - you can use a VST on exactly this PFL mixer channel!

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Re: VST on PFL player

Post by djanji » 28 Jan 2017 20:25

That is correct but if you want to make playlist with segue editor and if speakers voice is not strong enough it would be nice to add some compression and limiter to the track. There are some delay reverb and echo,... but not really usable for radio. Is it possible to make this in the future?

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Re: VST on PFL player

Post by radio42 » 28 Jan 2017 21:37

I guess this is a miss-conception or miss-understanding ;-)

Adding a VST (e.g. a compressor or limiter to emphasize the audio signal) to the PFL Player would ONLY emphasize the signal in the PFL Player output - but that would NOT effect the track itself.
The FX section you refer to only contains build-in (simple) effects, but not complex DSPs. This is because those effects must be added and removed in real-time.
VSTs are not designed to perform on individual (parts of) tracks in an ad-hoc and real-time fashion.

I guess what you are looking for is some track post editing tool - but this is not what ProppFrexx is designed for (especially not the FX section) - see below: Ext. Audio Editor.

If you are performing voice tracking, you should make sure, that the initial/original recorded voice track is already in a good and balanced quality. I.e. you can setup an appropriate VST on the related mixer input channel.

In addition you can define an external audio editor - see general settings, section 'Folders/Libraries'.
Ext. Audio Editor: Here you might specify a fully qualified path (incl. the executable filename) of an external Audio/Wave Editor.
If given you might press ALT+Enter in any playlist or media entry location to invoke that editor.
The related media entry filename will simply be passed as the argument to that editor.
This allows immediate offline editing of all playlist tracks.

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Re: VST on PFL player

Post by radio42 » 07 Feb 2017 09:57

Version 4.0.3.1 is available (see here: viewtopic.php?f=4&t=1798) and now has a new New 'Apply Offline Encoding DSPs' added to PFL Player option, which hopefully comes close to your initial requirement.

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