SixStringSting
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Join date: Jan 2007
40 IQ
#1
Hi

I have a mono track in guitar how can i turn it to stereo like my Boss DD-6 Delay does? Can anybody tell me a vst delay to doo the same job in recording?
Thanks
SixStringSting
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Join date: Jan 2007
40 IQ
#4
Thanks , i tried NastyDLA , works good!
I always have to do double track , and turn one all left, and the other all right?
...can you tell me a great reverb vst too?
lockwolf
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Join date: Jun 2007
100 IQ
#5
Any of them. I assume you're using Reaper. Start with the stock Reaper reverb and go from there.
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chatterbox272
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Join date: May 2011
100 IQ
#6
If you're using REAPER then ReaVerb should do just fine (as should have ReaDelay actually). You don't have to double track, but depending on what it is you're doing it can help. Pretty much if you want that big wide "wall of guitars" sound, then you want to be double tracking.
SixStringSting
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Join date: Jan 2007
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#7
Just making this question because , i dont use REAPER or CUBASE. I just use one Called N-TRACK STUDIO. Its the easiest one for me to use. and NTRACK has just a few vst and they suck
chatterbox272
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Join date: May 2011
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#8
Firstly, no need to capitalise all DAW names, I only capitalise REAPER because it's an acronym (Rapid Environment for Audio Production, Engineering, and Recording). If the included plugins are really that bad grab these: http://www.reaper.fm/reaplugs/index.php they're standalone versions of the REAPER plugins. I highly recommend them.
kyle62
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Join date: May 2007
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#9
Check out all the stuff on the Variety Of Sound site where you got NastyDLA. They're on a par with some of the very best, most expensive commercial plugins IMHO.
JohnnyMcFly
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Join date: Apr 2009
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#10
Quote by kyle62
Check out all the stuff on the Variety Of Sound site where you got NastyDLA. They're on a par with some of the very best, most expensive commercial plugins IMHO.

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