#1
I recently stumbled upon VST plugins, but I'm not really sure on how to use them. I guess my questions would be:
1. What do I need to use them?
2. Can I export a Guitar Pro file to a MIDI, then somehow use a VST plugin to make it sound like a real recording?
3. What are the best VST plugin sites?
Much thanks to any help you can provide me.
#2
Quote by Telestar
I recently stumbled upon VST plugins, but I'm not really sure on how to use them. I guess my questions would be:
1. What do I need to use them?
2. Can I export a Guitar Pro file to a MIDI, then somehow use a VST plugin to make it sound like a real recording?
3. What are the best VST plugin sites?
Much thanks to any help you can provide me.


1. D.A.W.
2. Yes, export midi and assign, for example, Addictive drums to the drum track.
3. Should move this to Riffs & Recordings......
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#3
By D.A.W., he means a "host" program like FL Studio, Cubase, or Sonar. You open the VST from within one of those programs.
#4
My sig has some free vsts... well actually, alot. Vsts wont make your guitar pro files sound real... but depending on what you use you CAN make them sound better... sort of.
#5
^It's possible to make them sound amazing, if you have good, (expensive!) vst's and a knowledge of how to use them.
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