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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jeff Larson [mailto:Jeffrey.Larson@Sun.COM]
> But the main problem I've had with Sonar is that you can't record
> the output of an effect or DXi "live".  Sonar is designed to apply
> effects at runtime to a dry signal, if you want to create a track or
> file with the effected signal you have to "bounce" the dry track
> through the plugin, sending the result to another track.

How about inserting the VST TapeIt as the last plug-in? (opening it  
in the VST/DX wrapper).

> From the web page:
>    1. Use TapeIt as a channel insert plugin for quick track  
> bouncing or freezing.
>    2. Export accurate mix-downs in realtime. And listen while  
> exporting.
>    3. Record your VST instruments in realtime while playing.
>    4. Put TapeIt before and/or after an effect plugin to record the  
> dry and/or wet signal.
>    5. Use TapeIt to monitor any specific point in the signal chain.
>    6. Use more than one instance of TapeIt simultaneously (e.g. do  
> multiple track bounces at once).
> http://www.silverspike.com/?Products:TapeIt

Greetings from Sweden

Per Boysen
www.looproom.com (international)
www.boysen.se (Swedish)
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