1. Giant menu with VST Shell.
Using such thing inside Nuendo or Cubase is a
nightmare. Here the solution: Use VSTWrapperBuilder
to extract all plugins from the shell and organize
them properly on your hard drive. You can define
some rules to specify where a given effect must
2. Old plugins require the
audio buffer to be cleared by the host.
With recent hosts this is not done so your famous
old plugin can no longer be used. The solution is
simple: generate a wrapper with VSTWrapperBuilder
checking the column “Old” and that’s all. It will
work. The wrapper will fill the audio buffer
3. Some VST Hosts don’t send
effSetSpeakerArrangement to surround plugins.
Because of that, they acting in mono most of the
time. The solution is also simple: generate a
wrapper with VSTWrapperBuilder checking the column
“Surround” and that’s all. The plugin will receive
automatically a 5.1 configuration. Of course you
have to use it on a 5.1 track.