The one of the most recommended FREE plugins next to Vital and Helm of 2021 – https://surge-synthesizer.github.io/
However there are not as many VST3 only plugins so far. But it systematically grows… For ex. Some of DAWs newer versions are now 64bit only.
Some older stuff in new clothes and a bit rearranged:
Unexpectedly I’ve found a solution.
Quite simple – do not use the “link” button! 🙂
OK. So once more I’ll try to share my music including SC player:
Grzegorz Kawka – Pain No More (2017)
And again a failure…
Siema. Jak ci się udało wstawić tutaj playerkę z SC?
Zagubiony w Czasie // Lost in Time by Grzegorz Kawka
And maybe this one will be helpful:
According to your last request start from 15:44. But also watch full. Maybe you’ll find something otehr useful here.
Well Youtube is now a most precious place with all kind of tutorials. So you can find there very precious advices.
I used those:
And a little bit experience from previous DAWs and experiments with the Podium.
And I forgot to mention how to record.
Overhours are killing me…
Huh.. Where to start? Click “R” button on the track. Now the track is active for recording.
Then select from track menu the INPUT. Audio IN, or MIDI IN.
Press RECORD main button and PLAY the project.
Actually this one is a basic funtionality of Zynewave Podium. It’s enclosed in a one magic word – BOUNCE. Simply click on the master channel and (depends what is simplier for you) press “B” key, or right mouse click on Master track from menu take —>Bounce (Disabled)–>Render. Wait until whole project renders in a Master channel WAV. Then click on a Bounce buton to do one of next step:
As you can see above you got an option to render bounce in the PUNCH RANGE. So you can firstly check how it’s mixing without waiting for the whole project. Punch range you can assign with two indicators activated by pressing:
And that’s it.
OK. In this case you need to check sampling frequency of your song and re-check it in your project: File –> Arrangement properties
Of the song for ex. info in your player – Aimp, or import it to Audacity.
If your song is 44100 (I assume it is) and your project is 48000 you may experience some missmatches and distortions. Especially visual sound wave (in Podium) will be not synchronized with played sound.
I use Audacity (you can use whatever tool you like from converters to editors) to make everything 48000 Hz which is for me simply enough.
Other tools are samplers as instruments VST. You can upload through them whatever you want, whatever you like, not bothering too much about input/output frequencies.
And last for the end. Read, read, read, watch tutorials, watch basicly everything that is connected to the subject and ask questions. That’s the purpose of the community.
Happy learning and creating.
P.S. And now I can finally go to sleep after my night shift.
And I forgot to mention:
If you want to use effects in the project simply click on tracks “+” bar.
Now from that menu you can choose whatever effect (only!) you want.
If you want to add a new virtual instrument (only!) then choose SOURCE bar.
First of all go to SETUP–>Preferences–>(tab)Plugins. Add all folders that inludes all the plugins you want to use. This is a one time procedure.
Then the tricky part:
If you’re a Podium full user then open your project, go FILE–>Close arrangement and you’ll see a to panel window – CONTENT and DEVICES. Choose DEVICES–>Rebuild and load plugin database, wait until it ends the read process. In CONTENT panel double click your project. Voila
If you’re a Podium free user than open your project and you’ll see two tabs with it.
First is the CONTENT and DEVICES. Do the similar steps. And in this case I will recommend you to restart the program and load the project once again with all the plugins uploaded in previous steps.
You have to remember to update your plugin database after adding some new ones. That also means for old projects if you’re changing you plugins arsenal. If you have exchanged practically all of them then rebuild and re-work old projects. But that is understandable and I’m just reminding the fact.
Let’s hope this helpes.