Apparition wrote:Arakula, sounds nice. Brad, that only works for VST fx not VSTi.
Nope. Recorded this way lots of times.
In Kristal, go to channel 1, enable it to record in stereo, go to your soundcard mixer, enable recording from the soundcard's master stereo bus. Go back to Kristal, go to the mixer, pop CTAF's Multifxvst into a VST slot on channel one. Pop a VSTi into Multifxvst. Play the VSTi, look for signal on Channel 1's little recording monitor meter. If you see signal when you play, go to the transport and hit record.
If you didn't see signal, fix your input settings as I described. After recording, playback your work. The only thing is you can't record a discrete VSTi track this way while playback runs on the other channels. It will either be a overdub mix of the prior tracks plus your new VSTi track, or you'll have to track the VSTi first before recording other tracks OR mute the other tracks while you record the VSTi (pretty easy, really). Though bother you can't moniter and record VSTi simultaneously. I sometimes do the overdub mix method to get to hear the other tracks while playing.
And it's free.