DistoCore audio plug-ins are not showing up in MAC OS X DAW/host application?
Try to rescan the plug-in folders in your DAW/host application
Make sure that you have downloaded and installed the correct version of our audio plug-in. For example:
MAC OS-X 64-bit OS and Cubase or Ableton 32-bit: download and install the 32-bit version of our plug-in
MAC OS-X 64-bit OS and Renoise 64-bit: download and install the 64-bit version of our plug-in
How to move an audio plug-in window with keyboard short-cuts?
Sometimes we do not have an external monitor and some audio plug-ins (like Bazz::Murda 1.5 FREE/PRO) are quite big in size.
In order to move an audio plug-in window to get access to some invisible parts we can use keyboard.
Alt-Tab or click on the window
Press "Alt & Space"
Press "M" for Move (English OS) or "V" for Verschieben (German OS) or "E" for "PrzEnieś" (Polish OS)
How to enable parameter automation for Bazz::Murda 1.5 FREE/PRO in FL Studio?
In order to enable parameter automation in FL Studio you need to disable
the "Notify about parameter changes" option in the audio plug-in settings:
How to install DistoCore audio plug-ins?
Execute the windows executable and follow the wizard.
Windows ZIP Package:
Simply unzip and copy the content to your VSTPlugIns host's directory.
MAC OSX Audio Unit ZIP Package:
Simply unzip and copy the Audio-Unit AU [*.component] content to: /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/Components
MAC OSX VST ZIP Package:
Simply unzip and copy the VST [*.vst] content to: /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/VST
Which note to play to get the best effect?
Bassdrum base frequencies between 30 - 65 Hz sound really good,
check the note's frequency display to make sure you play the proper note.
The note F1 corresponds to the frequency of 43.65 Hz, which will give you a nice, low and powerful low bassdrum sound.
You will find more detailed information under the following link: Table of Frequencies of Musical Notes - Physics
How can I define a set of waveforms, so that DC Bassdrum::Murda can read it automatically?
Waveforms are automatically read from an underlying subfolder called waveforms.
You can test it by copying the provided set from waveforms/set1.