Which Wall of Sound Plugin Format Should I Use?

Which Wall of Sound Plugin Format Should I Use?

Whatever your preference when it comes to your all-important DAW, Wall of Sound is primed for any eventuality. Available in all mainstream plugin formats (VST3, AAX, AU), Wall of Sound is poised to become the beating heart of your studio. In the following knowledge-base article we’ll take a look into the factors that will determine which Plugin format you should choose based on your Host Machine and DAW preference. 

First, it’s vital to ensure you download the plugin format supported by your host machine’s operating system.

Plug-in Formats Compatible with Native MacOS Operating Systems

VST (Virtual Studio Technology)
AAX (Avid Audio eXtension) 
AU (Audio Units) 

Plug-in Formats Compatible with Native Windows Platforms

VST (Virtual Studio Technology) 
AAX (Avid Audio eXtension) 
Next, fine-tune your plug-in format selection following the requirements dictated by your preferred DAW in which you want to use Wall of Sound

VST Formats are Compatible with the Following DAWs: 

Cubase, Nuendo, REAPER, Studio One, Ableton Live, Samplitude, Sequoia, Cakewalk, etc.

AAX Formats are Compatible with the Following DAWs:

Cubase, Nuendo, REAPER, Studio One, Ableton Live, Samplitude, Sequoia, Cakewalk, etc.

AU Formats are Compatible with the Following DAWs:

Logic Pro (mandatory due to only supporting AU format), REAPER, Studio One, Ableton Live, etc.

Don’t See Your DAW Mentioned in the List Above? 

Simply refer to the technical specifications of your preferred DAW and check that it is compatible with either VST3, AAX or AU plugin formats; once noted, simply download the plugin format corresponding to these requirements! 

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