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Win 7, Reaper 64 Bit....GUI issues + writing FX

Discussion in 'Backline' started by bryan_kilco, Jan 27, 2012.

  1. bryan_kilco

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    Ok, so I'm trying to create a tape stop effect with a free Tape Stop VST. Any plugins I download always pop open their own little GUI, in which I can't easily just play the section of song and tweak settings properly without it being a hassle. For example, I have to click out of the GUI, then hit play in Reaper, the quickly click back to "Show UI" and it's just a pain in the rear. I cannot simply just write the effect to the track then tweak later, obviously....

    Any work arounds or solutions?
     
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    The window in which the plugin opens is a wrapper for 32 bit plugins. I think the only workaround is run 32 bit Reaper. You can Install both and just use the 32 bit version for working around things like this.
     
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    you can pin up the VST GUI window (top right corner), so it stays on top of the screen, doesn't matter where you click.
     
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