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SigMod hosts VST3

SigMod hosts VST3

SigMod hosts VST3

Nugen Audio’s SigMod plug-in has added VST3 hosting capabilities

Nugen Audio has released an update for its SigMod utility toolbox plug-in, which adds VST3 hosting capabilities that the manufacturer states allows ‘users to use any plug-in in any way within this SigMod’s 12 different signal modification units to instantly enhance DAW and associated plug-in functionality’.

A VST3 file is a plug-in used in several digital audio workstations (DAW), storing the information about instrument or audio effects used to modify recordings. The files are saved in the Virtual Studio Technology 3 (VST3) standard.

With the SigMod upgrade, users are able to host VST3 plug-ins in Pro Tools (AAX environments), Ableton (VST2 environments) and Logic (AU environments). Users can apply any plug-in in mid/side mode, add split L/R functionality, or split frequencies and route audio to anywhere within the DAW.



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