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Author Topic: What VST Plugins To Use?  (Read 9686 times)

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What VST Plugins To Use?
« on: May 07, 2014, 05:43:25 AM »
Here is a list of VST plugins I use for my radio, I will also give a link to my stream so you can hear them. I would like some feedback on your listening experience if possible to fix some stuff and make the right fixes.

Antress Plugins:http://antress.blogspot.ca/
Destiney MKIII:http://www.vst4free.com/free_vst.php?id=659
Ignite AMPS NAD1R:http://www.igniteamps.com/
Silverspike RM844:RoomMachine_844
Stereo Enhancer:http://tonebytes.com/stereo-enhancer/
Voxengo Stereo Touch:http://www.voxengo.com/product/stereotouch/
Stereo to 5.1 Converter:http://stevethomson.ca/vi/
Fish Fillets Package:http://www.digitalfishphones.com/main.php?item=2&subItem=5
GVST GMulti:http://www.gvst.co.uk/downloads.htm
BigTick Hexaline:http://www.vst4free.com/free_vst.php?id=614

I am looking for a stereo channel evener vst or plug in to even my channels, they are all over the place and have different levels on each side.

WBGS Web Site:www.white-black-gaming.com
Stream Link for Aimp3/Foobar2000:http://wbgs-radio.dlinkddns.com:1986/live.opus.m3u

Last but not least thank you DjSoft for Radio Boss you have made me very happy also I have the latest version of Icecast now, and I hope opus support gets better and better thanks again for great software.
« Last Edit: May 07, 2014, 05:53:31 AM by WBGS-Founder »

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Re: What VST Plugins To Use?
« Reply #1 on: May 08, 2014, 02:28:34 AM »
Last but not least thank you DjSoft for Radio Boss you have made me very happy also I have the latest version of Icecast now, and I hope opus support gets better and better thanks again for great software.
Thanks for the good words!

For the plugins, you're using a lot of them... This is a bit untypical for a radio :)
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Re: What VST Plugins To Use?
« Reply #2 on: May 08, 2014, 06:23:36 AM »
For FM Radio yes but since your software can't do half of what this can then its not really untypical so yeah. Furthermore, if you listen and like sound and the quality of it, then again, its not untypical.

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Re: What VST Plugins To Use?
« Reply #3 on: May 08, 2014, 06:39:39 PM »
Well I have sit back and watched WBGS-Founder bash everyone that he comes in contact with on this forum so here goes.  If your music is in such bad shape that it needs all the VST-plugins to reshape it, then you need to find music that is in better shape to start with.  As far as levels on right and left channels I have always seen the channels to be uneven at times because that was the way the music was mastered.  True right and left seperate channels is how you have stereo.  To make them perfectly even you woulld have to copy the left mono onto the right mono or the right onto the left, then they would be even.   To have the channels identical would mean you had two mono channels added to appear like stereo.  Now if you must flame someone here I am, but its time to give everyone on this forum a break.  Thanks for being considerate of others. 

David

Re: What VST Plugins To Use?
« Reply #4 on: May 08, 2014, 10:56:28 PM »
Well I have sit back and watched WBGS-Founder bash everyone that he comes in contact with on this forum so here goes.  If your music is in such bad shape that it needs all the VST-plugins to reshape it, then you need to find music that is in better shape to start with.  As far as levels on right and left channels I have always seen the channels to be uneven at times because that was the way the music was mastered.  True right and left seperate channels is how you have stereo  To make them perfectly even you woulld have to copy the left mono onto the right mono or the right onto the left, then they would be even.   To have the channels identical would mean you had two mono channels added to appear like stereo.  Now if you must flame someone here I am, but its time to give everyone on this forum a break.  Thanks for being considerate of others. 

David

Lol you really think radio boss is that quality, and you say I bash every one wow I never bashed you but today may be a day of head bashing. I would also think before talking smack on one of two informative post now I can delete them all, and you can find your plugins and your own licenses to broadcast fine by me, but I don't see you contributing at all but just flaming on a post that's informative you should have flamed when the time was right instead you come here and talk smack on post to help people get the best out of your mic and music you tell me this how you expect your mic to sound without plugins cause radio boss don't do jack for the mic oh, I get it your one of those guys that so calls nips it in the but at the source hardware end and believes in no plugins well the features are there I am letting people know good plugins you need to stop flaming and grow up, I don't flame everyone out just two people had an issue with and now we are cool when someone contributes people B*****h I think ill just not post any more informative stuff ill delete my post's now.

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Re: What VST Plugins To Use?
« Reply #5 on: May 09, 2014, 12:42:01 AM »
you really think radio boss is that quality
It is "that quality" - all audio players are pretty much the same if we talk about audio playback quality. Uneven left/right channel level is not a problem which software like RadioBOSS has to solve.
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Re: What VST Plugins To Use?
« Reply #6 on: May 09, 2014, 02:06:39 AM »
you really think radio boss is that quality
It is "that quality" - all audio players are pretty much the same if we talk about audio playback quality. Uneven left/right channel level is not a problem which software like RadioBOSS has to solve.
Sorry to bash radio boss, I love it, or else I would not use it my issue is with how people say plugins are not important well let's take all the radio hardware out and just have the transmitter and mics would not be wise but let's just do that also this was to be an informative post not a flaming post or hate full post sorry if I came off on the wrong foot ill delete all my post thanks again.

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Re: What VST Plugins To Use?
« Reply #7 on: May 09, 2014, 09:40:05 AM »
You shouldn't delete anything - it's OK to share your opinion and experience with the others.
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Re: What VST Plugins To Use?
« Reply #8 on: May 10, 2014, 06:20:47 AM »
All I was doing was helping I may start my own forum on WBGS cause I am gona do a more Endopath plugin review but some people, here are arrogant and wanan continue arguing and flaming, I am over the issues I had with the people, and nothing has been going on but others nose in and create issues so this is all too much for me here I think I am just gona move my post to my forums and d my own thing there since here is too much cause people flame for no reason all the bs we went though fixing the program for sure, and now I use this and my back up dj does when I am down he uses it so yeah I just hope all goes well, and people stop flaming and hating and stop preaching their point of views, we are here to fix the program, there is always room for Improvement.

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Re: What VST Plugins To Use?
« Reply #9 on: May 10, 2014, 06:45:58 AM »
WBGS-Founder your ideas and opinions are very much appreciated here.  I use plugins myself, but what I have found is that when too many are used it can cause the cpu usage to increase dramatically.  Some plugins require the cpu to work harder and will slow even the newest and largest computer system down.  RadioBOSS software is an exceptional piece of software and Dmitry has put in a tremendous amount of time developing the software and works very hard at helping everyone here, from the beginner to the advanced user.  I was not trying to force my ideas on you or anyone,  just trying to say do not be so hard on the people trying to give you the most help they know how.  Good luck on your endeavors. 

David

Re: What VST Plugins To Use?
« Reply #10 on: May 10, 2014, 07:01:54 AM »
WBGS-Founder your ideas and opinions are very much appreciated here.  I use plugins myself, but what I have found is that when too many are used it can cause the cpu usage to increase dramatically.  Some plugins require the cpu to work harder and will slow even the newest and largest computer system down.  RadioBOSS software is an exceptional piece of software and Dmitry has put in a tremendous amount of time developing the software and works very hard at helping everyone here, from the beginner to the advanced user.  I was not trying to force my ideas on you or anyone,  just trying to say do not be so hard on the people trying to give you the most help they know how.  Good luck on your endeavors. 

David
Did you know if you close them? They are still activated and the program will use almost the same amount as if they were not activated? Just letting you know this  as I do this all the time no issues.