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Chapter 9. Advanced Audio Editing > Processing Audio with VST Effects

Processing Audio with VST Effects

VST stands for virtual studio technology. In a virtual studio, the entire processing, recording, and mixing process occurs inside a computer. Among the key components that make a virtual studio possible are effects such as delays, flangers, reverbs, and compressors. Cubase ships with a nice complement of built-in VST plug-ins, but Steinberg also opened its plug-in specification so that third parties could make plug-ins that would work in Cubase.

VST plug-ins can be used in many different ways. Most often, they are used in the VST mixer. You will learn more about them in the chapters about the Cubase Mixer and in Chapter 14, “Audio Effect Plug-ins.” In the following task, you will see how to apply a Phaser plug-in, included with Cubase, to an audio event (in this case, a drum loop).


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