Selecting a Plugin
You can set up a plugin on the first input track or your JamKazam configuration from the Configure Tracks window.
To set up a plugin:
1. From the Home page, click the Account tile.
2. On the Audio Gear line, click Update.
3. Find the active audio profile (it's the one that says "(active)" ) and click Configure. The Configure Tracks window appears.
4. On the first input track, click Update. The Update Track window appears.
5. In the Audio Effects dropdown (on the right side of the window), click the dropdown that says No VST/AU plugin selected. A list of available plugins appears. If no list appears and you know you have plugins, click Manage Audio Plugins as described in Managing Audio Plugins, below.
6. Select the plugin you want to use on audio input track 1.
7. Click the Settings button. The control panel for the selected plugin opens.
8. Set the controls as desired, close the plugin's control panel, and click Close in the Update Track window.
9. Click Save Settings. The input now uses the selected plugin.
Managing Audio Plugins
Click the Manage Audio Plugins link to view a dropdown menu.
VST plugins are normally stored in a particular directory that is used by all applications that use plugins.
If you don't see any plugins in the dropdown list, the most likely reason is that there is no plugin directory specified..
- Scan for new or updated plugins - scans the specifed plugin folders for new or updated plugins.
- Manage folders/paths to scan for plugins - VST plugins are normally stored in a particular directory that is used by all applications that use plugins.If you don't see any plugins in the dropdown list, the most likely reason is that there is no plugin directory specified.
Choose this option to manage the list of folders scanned by JamKazam when building the plugin list. You can Add a new scan folder or delete an existing one.
- Clear plugin list - Clears the plugin list. You may want to use this feature after you have edited the list of folders to scan.
Note: JamKazam currently supports only 32-bit plugins on Windows machines.