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  • Dec 15, 2020 GSnap. Free VST pitch-correction. Use with subtle settings to nudge off-key vocals back in line. Extreme settings can create sounds like the famous T-Pain or Cher effect. MIDI control mode allows you to fit a recording to a new melody. For more details see the online manual.
  • Sep 10, 2013 GSnap is an auto-tune effect. It can be used subtly to correct the pitch of a vocal, or, with more extreme settings, to create a robot-voice effect. It requires a monophonic input signal to operate. Try GSnap with non-vocal material for interesting effects. GSnap's effect is more useful with simple material.

5) now download nexus.dll from the page. 6) copy nexus.dll to LOCAL DISK(C) as well as 'C: Program Files (x86) Image-Line FL Studio 12 Plugins VST' 7) open fl studio and click on options/manage plugins and start scan. 8) that's it now you can find nexus. 9) just click '+' button in fl studio below snare. 10) Now click more plugins.

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Things you need:

GSnap: Windows and Mac OS users, both 32 and 64-bit versions AND GNU/Linux users, with 32-bit.)

GSnap: GNU/Linux users, with 64-bit.)


Audacity VST Enabler: do not need one, if you’re using the latest version of Audacity.


Important notes about VST plugin support in Audacity:

  • On Windows and Mac OS X, Audacity is a 32-bit application so won’t see 64-bit versions of VST plug-ins, even on 64-bit operating systems.
  • On GNU/Linux, 32-bit systems will have 32-bit versions of Audacity which won’t see 64-bit VST plug-ins. 64-bit systems will have 64-bit versions of Audacity which will see 64-bit VST plug-ins but won’t see 32-bit plug-ins.
  • VST instruments (VSTi) (such as synths) and real-time VST effects (that change the audio data while playing or recording) are not yet supported.
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  1. Download and install the latest version of Audacity (note where you save the files), if you haven’t already. Also download the file (Which version do I download? Look below) from the links specified above.
  2. Once you’ve download the file, extract it to a location (How do I extract files? Look below). Once extracted, open the new extracted folder and copy the .dll file. Alternatively, you can double-click to open the downloaded file (How do I open a .zip file without Winzip?) and copy the GSnap.dll file you find.
  3. Now head to the folder you saved the Audacity files during the installation. If you do not remember it, try checking C:Program Files (x86)Audacity (for Windows-64 bit users) or C:Program FilesAudacity (for Windows-32 bit users). On Mac OS X, it is usually in the “/Applications” folder. On Linux, you must add a “plug-ins” folder to /usr/bin/ (if you installed a packaged version of Audacity) or to /usr/local/bin (if you installed a self-compiled version of Audacity). If you still do not find it, go to the main folder (which contains all your drives) and type ‘Audacity’ into the search box (on the top-right of the screen).
  4. 4. Double-click on the ‘Plug-Ins’ folder (located below the ‘Languages’ and ‘Nyquist’ folders). If you do not have a folder like that, you might need to re-install the software.
  5. Once you enter the ‘Plug-Ins’ folder, paste the GSnap.dll file you had copied in Step 2. Now close the window.
  6. Open ‘Audacity’ (the application). Go to Effects and scroll using the downward arrow symbol (∇). If you find GSnap, you’re done! If you don’t, head on to Step 7.
  7. Go to Effect → Add / Remove Plug-ins… → Click on ο New in the Plug-in Manager: Effects, Generators and Analyzersdialog box Select GSnap → Click Enable → Click OK.
  8. Restart the application and you’re done.

1. Which version of GSnap do I install?

A- Please follow the following format.

Windows 32-bit/64-bit GSnap 32-bit

Mac OS 32-bit/64-bit GSnap 32-bit

GNU/Linux 32-bit GSnap 32-bit

GNU/Linux 64-bit GSnap 64-bit

2. How do I extract (unzip) files without software like 7-Zip or Winzip?


On Windows,

To unzip the entire folder, right-click (or press and hold) it, select Extract All, then follow the instructions. To unzip a single file or folder, double-click the zipped folder to open it. Then, drag or copy the item from the zipped folder to a new location.

On Mac OS,

Double-click on the zipped folder icon.

Mac OS Extractor will unzip the file in just a moment or 2. When it is done, you will see the unzipped folder icon bearing the same of the folder that was zipped.

On Linux,

Right-click on the .zip file and click “Extract Here” (the name may vary).

The file should be located in a directory named after the archive, without the extension.

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3. Why does not the GSnap effect show in the Plug-in Manager, even when I have followed all the steps?

A- You have to restart the application. If you have done that and it still doesn’t show, you can try extracting and then copy-pasting the .dll file from the extracted folder. Even if that does not work, try downloading the file again.

4. Why is there no Plug-Ins folder?

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A- Reinstall Audacity or try searching for a folder named ‘Plug-Ins’ (if it might have been misplaced elsewhere).

Comment if you have any other questions!

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