Can a VST be used in Nanostudio

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Pcfresh
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simple question

syrupcore
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Joined: 09/26/2010

No.

Stiksi
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This into the FAQ section "What about VST/AU/RTAS/REWIRE?", maybe? :)

StolenLogic
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yeah I dont think it will connect the right way

syrupcore
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fwiw, no iOS program will ever support actual VSTs. ever.

Auria (wavemachine labs) has worked with VST makers to code up ios versions of their VST plugins that you can buy via in app purchase. They're not VST plugins, they're auria plugins that are sorta like their VST counterparts. I'm actually surprised they're getting away with calling them VSTs. Perhaps they paid for the right to do so. Or maybe Steinberg changed the rules because there isn't even a mention of Steinberg on this page http://auriaapp.com/Products/auria

alphacat
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More:

"VST plugin standard:

The VST plugin standard is the audio plugin standard created by Steinberg to allow any third party developers to create VST plugins for use within VST host applications. VST requires separate installations for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.

The majority of VST plugins are available for Windows due to both Apple's proprietary Audio Unit software for OS X and the lack of information and patent encumbrances[specify] that make development difficult for Linux platforms."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virtual_Studio_Technology#VST_plugin_standard