Nicosia, Cyprus (PressExposure) September 04, 2008 -- VST - Virtual Studio Technology by Steinberg - is an interface for integrating software audio synthesizers and effects plug-ins with audio editors and recording systems. VST uses digital signal processing to simulate traditional recording studio hardware through the use of software only. VST plug-ins are generally run within a digital audio workstation providing the host application with additional functionality. They generally provide a custom graphic user interface displaying controls similar to the physical switches and knobs on audio hardware. Thousands of plug-ins exist, both commercial and freeware, and VST is supported by a large number of audio applications (a.k.a VST host), including Music Morpher from AVnex. A VST host is a software application or hardware device that allows VST plugins to be loaded and controlled. There are a wide range of VST-compatible hosts available; some of the most popular include Ableton Live, Cubase, FL Studio, etc. As stated above, AV Music Morpher is also one of them.
Avnex can now offer its customers more benefits when they use Music Morpher Gold, especially those who operate in the field of sound processing or are interested in sound technology. They can use Music Morpher as a stable host workstation to load and control any VST plug-in for processing digital sound signals. In the other words, users can build their own virtual studio quickly and easily. The friendly interface of Music Morpher makes it easy for users to open or close their favorite VST plug-ins. Moreover, AVnex also provides an easy way for users to add or remove plug-ins. Users can add as many VST plug-ins as they would like for sound processing, or remove them easily after use to save disk space. For more information about VST downloads and how to add or remove VSTs when using AV Music Morpher, please visit [http://www.musicmorpher.com/free-tutorials/how-to-import-and-use-VST-with-MMG.htm]