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Tip - Free Plug-Ins for Commercial Use?
We are often asked this question: “May I use your free plug-ins for my commercial audio project?”. So we thought it was worth clarifying: the answer is YES, do use them! These plug-ins are fully free, with no limitation of … [Read More...]
Tip - Blue Cat’s Freeware Pack for PowerPC (PPC) Still Available
Did you know that the older Freeware Pack 1.x is still available for download? Why? We are often asked about older versions of our free plug-ins that would work with PowerPCs (Mac) or non SSE2 processors (Windows). We have made … [Read More...]
Tutorial - How to Use the Free Presets Available on this Website
This tutorial shows you how to get and load free presets for your favorite Blue Cat Audio plugin. This tutorial uses Blue Cat's Dynamics for the demonstration but is applicable to all our plugins...[Read More...]
Tutorial - Using MIDI Control in Sonar
This tutorial will help you understand how to use parameters MIDI control in Cakewalk Sonar. It is applicable to any DXi plug-in (MIDI enabled DirectX plug-in)....[Read More...]
Tutorial - Getting Started with Plug-ins User Interface
Get used to the user interface features of Blue Cat Audio products! They have been designed for an optimal workflow, so here are the tips and tricks to save time. All these features are explained in d...[Read More...]
Tutorial - Export Plugin Presets to Share them with the Community
This tutorial shows you how to export your presets in order to share them with the community on the Blue Cat Audio website. This tutorial uses Blue Cat's Stereo Triple EQ for the demonstration bu...[Read More...]
Tutorial - Using DXi plug-ins in Sony Vegas
This tutorial will teach you how to use any DXi plug-in in Sony Vegas: Sony Vegas does not support MIDI automation, so if your plug-in supports the MIDI Dxi protocol, it is removed from the plug-ins l...[Read More...]
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