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A Professional Guide to Audio Plug-ins and Virtual Instruments by Mike Collins

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13 Miscellaneous

There are a number of plug-ins and related stand-alone programs worth knowing about that don't fit easily into any of the other chapters – so they ended up here. First of all, we will take a look at Sound Diver – Emagic's stand-alone synthesizer editor/librarian software. If you do a lot of MIDI recording with hardware synthesizers, this can be worth its weight in gold when it comes to organizing your synthesizer sound libraries and patches, not to mention making it much easier to create and edit patches ‘on the big screen’ (your computer's monitor). Now, for anyone arranging and producing vocal (or instrumental) harmonies, Celemony's ...

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