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  1. resolectric

    Samplitude Pro X4 Videos by Kraznet

    This .ini edit from @Kraznet is a great tip but unfortunately the plugin organization in the restored view isn't exactly as it was in X3, namely, where the VST3 plugins are indexed. In X3 all VST3 plugins were listed inside the main Categories, on top. With this modification, although the Categories list is presented the way it was in X3, all the VST3 plugins are listed inside the "VST FX" Category. I got used to go to the main list (the one on top) whenever i wanted to select a VST3 plugin knowing that all VST2 were in a separate Category, the VST FX subfolder. Anyway, it is greatly appreciated to have part of the X3 plugin display option. And it is a beautiful hack! Wondering what else could be done inside that .ini file that could give the user the best of both, X3 and X4.
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    VST Plugin - "Reverb Remover" (?)

    Well, Izotope's is fast but if you're willing to tweak you should try Flux's. Hope this helps! Abraço!
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    VST Plugin - "Reverb Remover" (?)

    Mind you, i'm not saying they work! Just sayin' they're the options i've seen, tested a few, used some. Izotope's is quite effective but you can expect some "changes" in the processed sound. I don't mean degradation but that might be it. Remember that reverberation exists during the sound and not only after the event so, the reverb underneath events remains untouched. Anyway, Izotope's was the best for me but i never used it much.
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    VST Plugin - "Reverb Remover" (?)

    Izotope's De-reverb Flux Expander SPL De-Verb Dyvision ReverbRemover Zynaptiq Unveil
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    More and more DAWs lose 32-bit plugin support

    So far, no problem. Inside Samplitude one can still use the embedded VSTbridge, wich runs as an executable (exe file) outside of Samplitude's engine. There are other 32 bit VST wrappers around and it's best if you keep some of those around to use in the future. I still use Sony's CD Architect (now Magix) wich is DirectX only so i have to "wrap" my favourite VSTs to use inside CDA. I use the "old" Cakewalk tool "VST adapter" for that. Hopefully, tools like these will be available for a long time. As a side note, i've just recently found the perfect editor for my 32 year old Yamaha TX816 synth. A 64bit VSTi/editor! Far clever and the least convoluted DX editor since Atari's DX Droid! So, sometimes it pays to wait for a looooong time.
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    Samplitude Metadata Editing?

    I always use MP3tag after mastering, when delivering DDP plus separate files to clients. Beforehand i always ask for the "CD-Text" data, ISRCs, MPCs and so on but i also ask for a front cover pic or another pic they want to see when playing the separate MP3 files i supply them with. It always impresses the clients when i ask for it and they always seem to really apreciate the fact that their MP3s are played with an embeded image and all the song details. This is easily done and only takes some 5 or 10 minutes from a full album mastering session. Not bad it it means a happy customer!
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    Samplitude Metadata Editing?

    I use that one and it works just fine. Does all that's needed and is easy to use.
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