An audio plug-in software interface that incorporates synthesizers and effects in software digitalisation is the Virtual Studio Technology (VST).
Digital signal processing is utilized by VST and related technologies to simulate traditional recording software for the studio. There are several thousand plugins, both commercial and free, and VST is licensed to support a large number of audio applications by its developer, Steinberg.
VST plugins generally operate within a DAW to provideadditional functionality, although a few standalone plugin hosts supporting VSTexist. Although there are other categories–such as spectro analyzers anddifferent meters–most VST plugins are either VSTi or Effects (VSTfx). VSTplugins usually provide a customized graphical user interface that displaysaudio hardware-like controls and knobs. Some plugins (often older) rely ontheir user interface for the host application.
Tape-stop is a VST effect plugin, and the designated purpose is to reduce or break the pitches on the track. This effect is not new, and you must have heard it before. Often because of problems with the working of the tape-recorder, the music tempo gets slowed down, or special breaks occur. DJs and sound producers use it for their listeners in a number of tracks.
2) DBlue Crusher VST by illformed If you are using FL Studio, you’ll notice how DBlue Crusher almost looks like a built-in plugin within your DAW – simple and straight-to-the-point.
The VST is rather straightforward with only 6 knobs. To be honest, that’s enough for such a simple plugin, as long as you know what you are doing. Dblue Tape-stop is one of the best efficient VST tape-stop effect plugins available at no cost.
Dblue Tape-stop is designed simplistically and works with all kinds of music quite easily.