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|9th June 2011, 03:35 PM||#1|
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Converting RTAS Plugins for use on a Hardware Sound Module
I'd like to use my RTAS plugins in some capacity live.
I don't want to use a laptop in my rig, I'm looking at a hardware solution.
I'd like to use a basic midi (non USB) controller keyboard and a sound module.
I need to be able to create my own patches allowing me to access the softsynth instruments I use via Sampletank II.
I'm not sure either the best piece of hardware to use, or the best way to convert these sounds for use on a sound module.
I've looked at Yamaha's QY range of module / samplers, and some E-mu and Roland gear. I'm looking to do this on a budget and don't mind having to do a bit of screwing around to get the sounds onto the module.
Any help is appreciated
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