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 VST ZIP Package:
Simply unzip and copy the VST [*.vst] content to: /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/VST
MAC OSX Audio Unit ZIP Package:
Simply unzip and copy the Audio-Unit AU [*.component] content to: /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/Components
How to make DistoCore AU/VSTs work in macOS Catalina or newer?
The Gatekeeper on new macOS operating systems like Catalina blocks AU/VST plug-ins from third party developers like us -> DistoCore.
A quite simple solution is to clear the quarantine extended attribute from downloaded DistoCore plug-ins.
In order to do so run a terminal and type the following command:
How to validate DistoCore Audio Units with the auval tool?
To do Audio Unit validation, open up a terminal window.
List your Audio Units and show some information about them:
The DistoCore Audio Units must appear in the list.
AU validation for Bazz::Murda 1.8 FREE:
auval -v aumu arto DiCo
AU validation for Bazz::Murda 1.8 PRO:
auval -v aumu xrsx DiCo
AU validation for Disto::FX 1.6 FREE:
auval -v aufx nrxa DiCo
AU validation for Disto::FX 1.6 PRO:
auval -v aufx kxvj DiCo
A successful AU validation must end with:
AU VALIDATION SUCCEEDED.
For more information, refer to the auval built-in help system. To see auval help text, enter the following command at a prompt in the Terminal application:
Can I use a FREE and a PRO version in parallel?
Yes. FREE and PRO versions are independent audio plug-ins and can be used in parallel.
One instance of Disto::Fx FREE is applied as distortion effect to first track in your DAW and Disto::Fx PRO is applied as distortion effect to second track in your DAW.
Are PRO version updates free of charge?
The PRO version is valid up to (and including) next minor version.
All updates are free of charge and the corresponding download link is sent via email.
If you buy Disto::Fx PRO version 1.6.x, you will get an update for all versions up to and including Disto::Fx PRO 1.7.x.
Which note to play to get the best effect?
Bass/kick drum 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 bass drum 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 Bazz::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.
What is the recommended resolution for using DistoCore audio plug-ins?
The size of Bazz::Murda 1.8 FREE is 1220x840 and Bazz::Murda 1.8 PRO is 1220x880.
So the recommended resolution is 1920x1080 (Full HD) or higher.