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    Unhappy Plugins for COOL EDIT?

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    Hi folks!

    I wonder where could i get some good direct x pluginS?

    Thanks for your reply.

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    I use the "Blueline" plugins. Search google for them heh.
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    Hey FattMusiek that was fast.

    Thank you very much.

    Niko

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    Question

    Blueline does not work in my windows. It says, that this is not a win32 compatible aplication.

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    Aw, sorry. I don't know much about plugins. Most plugins are universal, they'll work with most recording programs. Post this in the Mixing/Mastering forum for more replies.
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    The Bluelines are good, and on a more expensive note, Waves.

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    Apart from cooledits huge array of built in plugins, I have only the Timeworks plugins and am very happy with them. Easy to use and sound great.

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    I dont think the Blue plugins are any better than anything cooledit offers...


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    I use the Waves Platinum bundle it is very much compatible with Cool Edit

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    I use DSP-FX, Steinberg, and Waves plugins, they work great. Any directx, vst plugin should work with CEP2

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