Plugin Parameter

 

Built-ins and third-party Plugins offer several parameters to control their behaviour.



 

Every Plugin Parameter can usually be directly manipulated with the mouse (thanks to the Plugin's GUI or the Plugin Inspector) or a MIDI controller (if the Plugin has a MIDI learn feature).

 

Parameters can also be controlled over the course of time with Automation Points.

 

Plugin Parameters are part of the shared document: if a project member changes a Plugin Parameter, other members see the Parameter change in "real time".

 

In Ohm Studio, every Effect Plugin has 3 additional Parameters that you can change in the Plugin Inspector: a Dry/Wet Parameter, a Bypass Parameter, and an Output Gain Parameter.

 

 

 

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Read also:

How to add Automation Points

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