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#1 EatMe

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Posted 05 August 2017 - 18:36

I have created a preset sound pack for the freeware XHip VSTi synthesizer.
 
Listen To Preset Bank:
Download XHip VSTi synthesizer: http://xhip.net/synth/

01 - saw to sea
02 - pads with beeps
03 - pads without beeps
04 - kick drum
05 - kick drum 2
06 - supersaw pads
07 - tiny supersaw
08 - bright saws
09 - trance pad
10 - trance pluck pad
11 - trance reverse pluck
12 - tape pluck
13 - plucky
14 - virtual hapsichord
15 - noisy 303
16 - distorted xhip
17 - radio noise
18 - laser fx
19 - wind in microphone
20 - wow
21 - bright woi
22 - harpsichord pad
23 - upside down pling
24 - upside down xylophone
25 - fluhee
26 - club frog
27 - digi clap
28 - mandoline pad
29 - hi korgis
30 - cessna
31 - 80s release note
32 - squeeky band pluck
 
2017-08-04
presets for XHip synthesizer by EatMe
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Posted 06 August 2017 - 00:24

Thanks for this.  

 

Problem: I installed this on a Win 7 64-bit machine, and put the dll into my VST (%HOME%\VST)  folder.  Renoise doesn't find it (but Reaper does).  

 

Any ideas what might be the problem?

 

 

UPDATE:  In case anyone else has the some knowledge gap - VST instruments (such as xhip) do not appear in the list available VSTs (where you would look to add a device to a track).    You need to select an instrument (over on the top right) and then click the Plugin tab.  And then find the VST instrument you want to use.

 

It makes perfect sense once you know it, but if you don't ....


Edited by Neurogami, 06 August 2017 - 01:29.