Blue-Line Plug-Ins V2.1
by digilogue
(digilogue Website)

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Operating System: Windows 2000/NT/98/95
File Size: 1.18 MB
License: (All Shareware software)
License Conditions:

Registration: $US35

System Requirements:

Compatible with Soundforge 4.0d, Cakewalk Pro Audio 7, WaveLab 2.01 and Cubase VST PC 3.7

Last Updated: 2003-12-12
For more detail about software : Software Description

Software Description

The digilogue Blue-Line Plug-In-Pack contains a number of standard effects that cover the whole range for instruments and vocals. All of the effects offer the same clear and simple user interface. The effects have been optimized to achieve good-sounding effects with relatively low CPU-usage.

The Blue-Line Plug-In-Pack contains the following effects:

  • BluePhaser
  • BlueFlanger
  • BlueChorus
  • BlueDelay
  • BlueMultiTap
  • BlueParamEQ
  • BlueFilter
  • BlueGate
  • BlueCompressor
  • BlueReverb
  • BlueStereo

The plug-ins are available as DirectX plug-ins and as native Cubase VST plug-ins ( PC ). The DirectX plug-ins are compatible with Soundforge 4.0d, Cakewalk Pro Audio 7, WaveLab 2.01 and Cubase VST PC 3.7. The Cubase VST plug-ins are compatible with Cubase VST PC 3.7 and WaveLab 2.01. The plug-ins can be used with any DirectX or VST-compatible application, they have only been tested with the above-mentioned software.

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Blueline plug-ins

I use these with Cubase SX3 & they work great

Blue Line plugins

They are discontinued and no longer developed - hence the outdated compatibility list.

I find that they work, and sound good. Not always the best, but usually usable, and always sound at least good. I especially like the stereo generator, flanger, I have found graphic bugs on 98SE and XP, but it depends on host AND video driver, and the bugs don't cause crashes - they just look funny.

You get VST and DX versions, the installer I downloaded from the semi-defunct Digilogue site includes three more DX plugs, a vocoder, an overdrive-type distortion, and a "vintage" flanger.

Blue-Line Plug-ins

These are great effects and work well with cakewalk and acid 4.0. I love the compressor and the delay units better than what comes with both my main recording software programs.

http://www.acidplanet.com/artist.asp?Songs=148137&T=2181

Readme

Quote:

"The plug-ins are available as DirectX plug-ins and as native Cubase VST plug-ins ( PC ). The DirectX plug-ins are compatible with Soundforge 4.0d, Cakewalk Pro Audio 7, WaveLab 2.01 and Cubase VST PC 3.7. The Cubase VST plug-ins are compatible with Cubase VST PC 3.7 and WaveLab 2.01. The plug-ins can be used with any DirectX or VST-compatible application, they have only been tested with the above-mentioned software."

First thing you guys need to do is test
these with current versions of the host progs everyone is using.

Get yourselves Fruity Loops 3.5,
Wavelab 4.0e, Cubase SX 1.2, SonarXL 2, Soundforge 6 and Cool Edit Pro 2

Its an understatement to say it looks unprofessional that you are testing your product with software hosts that are literally years out of date.

More and more people are using Fruity Loops, Plugin developers need to test their product with Fruity

Wavelab 2 ???? Cubase 3???

I am laughing my ass off here

Ludichristos666

Re: Readme

: Quote:

: "The plug-ins are available as DirectX plug-ins and as native Cubase VST plug-ins ( PC ). The DirectX plug-ins are compatible with Soundforge 4.0d, Cakewalk Pro Audio 7, WaveLab 2.01 and Cubase VST PC 3.7. The Cubase VST plug-ins are compatible with Cubase VST PC 3.7 and WaveLab 2.01. The plug-ins can be used with any DirectX or VST-compatible application, they have only been tested with the above-mentioned software."

: First thing you guys need to do is test
: these with current versions of the host progs everyone is using.

: Get yourselves Fruity Loops 3.5,
: Wavelab 4.0e, Cubase SX 1.2, SonarXL 2, Soundforge 6 and Cool Edit Pro 2

: Its an understatement to say it looks unprofessional that you are testing your product with software hosts that are literally years out of date.

: More and more people are using Fruity Loops, Plugin developers need to test their product with Fruity

: Wavelab 2 ???? Cubase 3???

: I am laughing my ass off here

: Ludichristos666

You are the laugh Ludichristos666 blueline plugins are seriously useful tools for people who make real music, you joke, fruity loops is for kids man

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