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Old 6th May 2012, 05:19 PM   #31
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I am back after all this time.
When installing a new motherboard and rebuilding the XP operating system I neglected to to reinstall VST. This really only became an issue when I found I needed that balance control again in the Classic EQ.

I noticed that there are some dead links to some help files for installing VST.
This gives an opportunity for me to ask if there have bween a lot of changes to VST since this thread was active. Quite honestly I forgot how to do the install. At this point I have returned to the George Yohge site for his wrapper for VSt which works with Foobar-- all versions.

I know I had some difficulty last time in getting the components in the right DSP active pane in the program.

Classic EQ (which I settled on for having the balance feature should be unchanged but at this point I do not know that wither. Nor do I know if there is a better solution made by software developers since then.

Here is the George Yohng site to begin the process:

yohng.com Foobar2000 VST Wrapper
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Old 6th May 2012, 05:51 PM   #32
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I am back after all this time.
When installing a new motherboard and rebuilding the XP operating system I neglected to to reinstall VST. This really only became an issue when I found I needed that balance control again in the Classic EQ.

I noticed that there are some dead links to some help files for installing VST.
This gives an opportunity for me to ask if there have bween a lot of changes to VST since this thread was active. Quite honestly I forgot how to do the install. At this point I have returned to the George Yohge site for his wrapper for VSt which works with Foobar-- all versions.

I know I had some difficulty last time in getting the components in the right DSP active pane in the program.

Classic EQ (which I settled on for having the balance feature should be unchanged but at this point I do not know that wither. Nor do I know if there is a better solution made by software developers since then.

Here is the George Yohng site to begin the process:

yohng.com Foobar2000 VST Wrapper

Moderator: somehow I got this post in the wrong thread trying to catch up with VST installation.

It should be moved to:

foobar audio player how-to thread
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Old 5th February 2014, 01:48 AM   #33
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(It pisses me off that if I open another window to look something up, what I entered in this reply box up to that point is rudely discarded. Somebody please fix that.)

Is there still no good solution to this topic that doesn't require the installation of drivers? The Hear program is a proof that drivers can be loaded dynamically and selected in Windows Sound Playback as the default device.

I've emailed the author of SAVIHost, VSTHost and other stuff asking if he could add that capability to SAVIHost but he doesn't answer email.
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