TouchOSC is an editor with more than 6000 functions, that can create many different modular user interfaces for your own projects. It can be very complex and powerful, or it can be simple and fast for quick prototyping and post-processing.
It's not easy. First, you'll need to get the VST's down loaded and into your rack the right way. Then, you'll need to get your VST's hooked up to the correct bus in the right order. And finally, you'll need to get a really good microphone, mic pres, preamp, and perhaps a D/A converter as well. It's a lot of work. So really, it's not for everyone.
Take a look at the video below and see if it might help. It's for free. It's here:
In fact, it's a great starting point. It's free, it works, it's easy to use, and it makes audio editing easy. But it can only make an audio track, nothing to do with a sonic or melodic track.
Here is a video that really gives a good idea of what it can do: http://www.thevelopers.com/free-vst-dsp-plugin-editor-for-windows.html
These courses are available for free, because it is easier for a university to share them with you. However, if you want to earn a lot of money with this, then take Udemy ’s course for $15, or Coursera ’s specializations for free. However, Udemy’s free course is much better.
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