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Using DirectX Filters

AVS Audio Editor supports DirectX audio plug-ins and filters installed on your computer. DirectX is a development platform designed by Microsoft which provides an open standard for multimedia plug-ins. DSP modules, and other audio tools based on this standard, can be used by any application that supports the DirectX architecture.

With the help of DirectX plug-ins you can easily extend the range of powerful effects available in AVS Audio Editor.

DirectX plug-ins are very easy to use. To enable any of them just highlight an area to process and choose a filter from DX Filters drop-down menu on the DX/VST Tab.

Most DirectX plug-ins have their own settings dialog where you can configure the parameters of the effect. Some plug-ins may support real-time preview. But, of course, if you have some problems you will need to consult the documentation provided by the plug-in manufacturer.

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