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Logger by Blåfot-Produktion is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin for Windows. It functions as a VST 3 Plugin.
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Do not work 100% on Gig-Performer. Does not update edirot/gui from midi. Tested and works on Cubase 11, Cubase 10, Reaper, CantabileLite, Savihost, Cakewalk by Bandlab and Jeskola Buzz (polac VST).
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Logger is a VST-plugin for VST-compatible hosts.

It does not make any sounds or process audio in any way.

What it does is when it recieves MIDI (midi-key or controllchange, as defined in settings) it will log the date, time and your notes to a log-file.

I developed Logger-VST for my own needs so I can log start of the first song and end of the last song in a set automatic as I play a lot with backingtracks and seven diffrent sets every show.

Then I can keep track of when to go on stage andd how long breaks to take without the need to write down the times myself (cause I forget to do it).

You can log events live using keys and sustain or any controller or log events programmed in daw. It logs even if editor is closed.

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Average user rating of 2.00 from 1 review

Reviewed By Trader One
December 25th, 2021

It's somewhat useful if your DAW doesn't have MIDI inspectors. It's not super useful because time resolution is just one second. It has to be MIDI tick - about 1/1000 s to debug some MIDI problems.

This can be easily improved in later version. Let's hope it will be.

Response from Blafot from Blåfot-Produktion on February 9th, 2022

Hi Trader One.
The idea was just to log songs in a show and the set start/stop.
I will take your idea to the next version.
Thank you. :-).

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