AudioGridder is a plugin host, that allows you to offload the DSP processing of audio plugins to remote computers running macOS or Windows. This can come in handy when mixing complex projects or running CPU intensive instruments for instance. AudioGridder comes with a plugin and a server and supports VST2, VST3 and AudioUnit plugin formats. Plugins can be hosted and accessed across the network: simply run the AudioGridder server on a remote machine and connect your DAW using the AudioGridder plugin. This allows you to add remote insert chains or instruments into your DAW’s signal paths. The DSP code of the loaded remote plugins will be executed on the remote machine and the remote plugin UI’s will be streamed over the wire. With AudioGridder you get an experience very close to hosting the plugins directly in your DAW but not using your local CPU.
* VST2 / VST3 / AudioUnit (macOS only)
* Effect & Instrument plugins
* Latency compensation
* 32/64 bit float processing
* Audio/MIDI over network
* Streaming of plugin UIs
* Local control of remote plugin UI’s
* Server: macOS 10.7+, Windows 7+
* Plugin: macOS 10.11+, Windows 7+, Linux 64bit
* The server supports AudioUnit (macOS only) and VST2/VST3 plugins
* The plugin is available as AudioUnit (macOS only) and VST2/VST3
* Tested DAWs: Cubase 10 Pro, Logic Pro X, Reaper, Ableton Live
* ProTools is reportedly working via wrapper plugins
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