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EastWest 101 - Learn The PLAY Engine.
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  • 1

    What is an impulse response?

  • 2

    What is a potential negative to using 3rd-party shells to house the Play engine?

  • 3

    What is the difference between elements and performances?

  • 4

    When routing audio from Play back into your DAW of choice...

  • 5

    How do you access the EastWest SSL effects section?

  • 6

    How is Soundflower and similar apps used with Play?

  • 7

    How do you load more than one instrument in the Browser window?

  • 8

    If you are using a 3rd-party audio router like Soundflower or Jack, how can you record the audio from Play but leave other channels like the click from being recorded as well?

  • 9

    How can you quickly access all of the outputs of Play within Vienna Ensemble Pro?

  • 10

    What is the best way to get the Play engine to run most efficiently?

  • 11

    How many channels can be routed out of Play simultaneously when using Soundflower?

  • 12

    What does KS stand for?

  • 13

    What does ADT stand for?

  • 14

    What does DXF stand for?

  • 15

    What is the advantage to using something like Vienna Ensemble Pro?

  • 16

    What is the IAC bus?

  • 17

    When using a 3rd party shell to host Play...

  • 18

    When using Play in Multi-timbral mode in your DAW...

  • 19

    What are ‘Articulations'?

  • 20

    What's different about using Play in Pro Tools vs. Logic?

  • 21

    In Ableton Live, what kind of channel strip should be used to control Play Via Vienna Ensemble Pro?

  • 22

    What does the Play Engine use for copy protection?

EastWest 101
Learn The PLAY Engine
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