LOAD VSTs in PRO TOOLS and WAY MORE
BLUE CAT’s PATCHWORK
If you want to load VST plugins in Pro Tools, then look no further than Blue Cat’s PatchWork.
You can keep it simple, with a single plugin, or go crazy and load up to 64 plugins in one instance of PatchWork.
You can instantiate the plugins in a SERIAL formation as well as PARALLEL.
This will allow you to accomplish complicated routing with ease, all from within PatchWork.
Not only can you load VST/VST3 plugins in PatchWork, but it also comes with several built-in plugins.
If you happen to be on Mac, then you can also load AU plugins inside of PatchWork.
Another awesome thing about PatchWork is you can create and save plugin chains within any DAW, and re-use that exact chain in another DAW.
So, if I have my perfect vocal chain with 5 different plugins all setup just how I like, I can save that preset in PatchWork and recall it any time I want.
EVEN if I saved the preset using Pro Tools, I can recall it in Studio One, Reaper, Cubase, Logic, etc…
And don’t forget! Most modern video editors (NLEs) also allow audio plugins. So I can recall my perfect vocal chain inside of DaVinci Resolve, Premiere Pro, Media Composer, etc… and work on my audio within the NLE without having to open my DAW.
PatchWork is one of those ‘MUST HAVE‘ plugins. So go check it out, you can try the demo before you buy it as well.
Check out this video to see PatchWork in action!
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