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Old 05-21-2008, 10:57 AM
David Jacklin (dj)
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Default Hi, Joshua: Notation Softwa

Hi, Joshua:

Notation Software products do not currently support any type of audio plug-ins.

It is possible to create a work-around, using a virtual midi port (such as Maple Midi or Hubi's Loopback) and a stand-alone host for the plug-in(s).

I use Herman Seib's excellent freeware VSTHost and SaviHost programs for VST's and VSTi's.

The only stand-alone DXi host that I can find is Console by ArtTeknica. You can find a demo here:

It is not, unfortunately, freeware, but I can't seem to find a freeware DXi host.

I'm not sure whether it is because DXi are harder to program than VSTi or what, but it seems that the DX plug-in industry is much more focussed on commercial/retail release than freeware.

However, most DX plug-ins have sibling VST versions or, certainly, equivalent ones. You might consider coming over to the dark side.

Good luck.

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