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Hey, so I'm not sure what VST or combo of VSTs will do this for me, but I'm hoping someone will be able to help me out. Essentially, I've got guitar input to my mixer in FL studio, and I need to make it into a pure tone (or very close). It seems to me I'd need to have an equalizer dynamically muting all frequencies except for the peak... But, if there's another way to do this, I'm all ears. Does anyone have a suggestion?
Wait, so do you record the signal directly from your electric guitar into your DAW (ie a DI)? Or are you recording an acoustic guitar? Either way there's no magic VST that will make a noise ridden DI sound like it was recorded through high end converters. What interface or mixer are you using?
At 2/16/13 01:23 PM, Braiton wrote: People should look at the date the thread was started before commenting. Just sayin'. The guy is probably not around anymore.
Nice catch, didn't expect the first post in a thread to be a necro bump.
At 7/25/13 05:58 PM, Knoxius wrote:At 7/24/13 10:11 PM, chipotleaway wrote: still idkhaha i think you deserve some sort of award
And he got one.